An American Editor

August 23, 2020

On the Basics: New resources for freelancers

By Ruth E. Thaler-Carter, Owner

An American Editor

I’m breaking precedent with a Sunday post to share some professional good news: The updated edition of my “Freelancing 101” booklet for the Editorial Freelancers Association (EFA), featuring new input from EFA Publications chairperson Robin Martin, and the updated new edition of the EFA’s “Resumés for Freelancers” booklet, which I’ve co-authored with original author Sheila Buff, are among the new publications available at the EFA’s new bookstore:
https://shop.aer.io/editorial_freelancers_association_bookstore

Robin deserves a huge round of applause for herding cats (um, authors) and – even more challenging – organizing the new bookstore.

I hope our subscribers find these publications useful. They were a lot of fun to produce and should be – if I say so myself – excellent resources for various aspects of a freelance editorial (not just editing) business.

3 Comments »

  1. Hi,

    I am trying to order an ebook edition of your Resume for Freelancers. I live in Japan, but your fill-out form will only take a US or Canada address. (Not sure why you need a physical address for an ebook.) Please would you advise how I can order.

    Thank you.

    Mae Nagai

    On Mon, Aug 24, 2020 at 2:20 AM An American Editor wrote:

    > An American Editor posted: “By Ruth E. Thaler-Carter, Owner An American > Editor I’m breaking precedent with a Sunday post to share some professional > good news: The updated edition of my “Freelancing 101” booklet for the > Editorial Freelancers Association (EFA), featuring new input f” >

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    Comment by maenagai — October 30, 2020 @ 8:04 pm | Reply


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