It’s another week and another episode of the Self-Publishing Roundtable. The weekly show that brings you the biggest guests in self-publishing and brings their success stories to you to adapt to your own business.

This week we have Harry Dewulf who is a content editor (or developmental editor). Harry has a lot of experience and has done some wonderful things for people with their books. Including our friend and recent guest co-host, Darren Wearmouth.

Harry and I discussed what he could bring to you, our audience. Harry said his first time clients often don’t know what to expect when they hire a content editor. He will answer any questions that you have about what content editors can and can’t do for you in improving your book. He’ll also be talking about literary technique, and when to bend some writing rules, and when you might be able to break them.

Check him out on his site and blog –

I’ll aim to have the audio download and iTunes options up within an hour of the show finishing like last week.

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