I first heard Harry Dewulf on the Rocking Self-Publishing Podcast, episode #12. I thought he was amazing. On the RSP, he mainly talked about how he approaches editing, how writers should go about hiring an editor, etc. Here he talks to Kev & Steve about the mistakes he found in the early chapters of their self-published book. It’s sort of funny how he dishes it out — lots of self-deprecating jokes from the hosts over various mistakes they’d made, quite informative and fun. Harry ends the podcast talking about his editing services, the different tiers, etc. A worthy episode in this up-and-coming indie publishing podcast.
Kev & Steve:
I went sailing over the weekend with some friends of mine. It was a 2 hour drive each way, and with time to burn I decided to listen to the Rocking Self-Publishing Podcast. I was completely blown away by the interview with Harry Dewulf. He really cares about his craft, and the lengths he goes for his writers are above and beyond what I thought was possible in an editor-for-hire.
I immediately sent the link to the podcast to various friends. I also emailed Harry. He’s a great guy, even offered to Skype with me about my current work in progress, for free. I had to decline, mostly out of shame that the project isn’t as far along as I wanted it to be. But I also told him I’m going to try to get him to edit it when it’s done.
Link: Rocking Self-Publishing Podcast with Harry Dewulf
Link: Harry’s Website…
Link: Harry’s Blog…