Seven Steps to Starting and Running an Editorial Consulting Business
"Seven Steps, " a handbook replete with tips and case examples, guides readers through each step of starting and maintaining an editorial consulting business. Experienced writer and editor Jane M. Frutchey has assisted numerous publishers, authors and corporate clients. Fully returnable.
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