Helpful Youtube Channel For Writing

So, I was browsing on Youtube instead of writing, editing, and reading my ARCs when I found this Youtube Channel. I have found it to be both very helpful to my writing and I think it will help those of you who are looking to use blogs to help promote your books. Granted, each blogger, including me, has certain certeria for books, which can usually be found under the profile. Anyway, I think that Ellen and I are on the same page as to what we are looking for in books. I also found a few ways to improve my own writing.

Below, I have included Ellen's information and a link to her Youtube channel.

Ellen Brock
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DescriptionNeed help with your novel? Have a question about writing great characters, plotting your novel, outlining, or finding your voice? My videos aim to answer common novel writing questions. About Me I am a professional freelance editor with five years of experience. I started editing full time in 2011 and began working shortly after as an editor with Musa Publishing where I was quickly promoted to head editor of Musa's middle grade imprint. I left Musa in 2012 to freelance full time. Since then I have worked with about 150 writers per year as an editor, writing coach, and plot consultant. My clients are represented at a number of agencies, including The Unter Agency, Irene Goodman Literary Agency, and Upstart Crow Literary. My clients have published with Katherine Tegen Books, The Wild Rose Press, and many have launched successful self-publishing careers. If you would like to get in touch, please visit my website: https://ellenbrockediting.com/


Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/KeytopServices/about


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