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As a new writer, you may be wondering why an editor is important and why you need one, especially if you are proficient at grammar. This interview features one of the top editors in the field, Fontaine Wallace. She has been Michele Campanelli’s editor since she started her writing career in the early 90s. Fontaine Wallace is now a retired English Professor of Communication from the Florida Institute of Technology and has taught students for over forty years. Fontaine has spent her life ensuring that English is appreciated and cherished by all.
This interview features advice from editor, author, and publisher Joyce Good Henderson. An expert in coaching writers, Joyce is an Editor at EssayLady. This role allows her to help students gain admission to their dream schools. Joyce was first published at the age of 16 in Woman's Day magazine. She has authored 18 published books in both fiction and non-fiction. Joyce's publishing company Faith's Loom Press, publishes Celtic-inspired historical and contemporary fiction and has successfully published several books. Passionate about her local writing community, Joyce is a lifetime member of the Space Coast Writer's Guild. Primarily in the 90s, she served as the organization's president for a few terms. During Joyce's presidency with the Space Coast Writer's Guild, she organized and conducted many conferences.
A good book is filled with great writing—a great book is filled with exceptional editing. While the writing process is often the most enjoyable aspect of creating a story, editing is where the work really comes to fruition.