Wednesday Wisdom: Live Interview with Kia Thomas (Advanced Professional Member, CIEP)
10 March @ 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm GMT
During the quick fire session, learn more about how Kia first entered into a freelance career in publishing, find out what she wishes she knew when starting out, and to pick up some tips if you’re hoping to take your freelance editorial business to a new level this year.
You can also come prepared with your own questions to ask Kia about the world of editing and working in the freelancing sphere. We hope to see you there!
About Wednesday Wisdom
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Kia became a freelance fiction editor in 2016 after more than a decade in arts administration. She works primarily with independent authors, specialising in contemporary romance. She is an Advanced Professional Member of the CIEP and a fan of online networking (i.e. spending too much time on Twitter). She is also the author of A Very Sweary Dictionary, a style guide for bad language, and Wings, a literary fiction novelette.
Follow Kia on Twitter @KiaThomasEdits
About the sponsor: The CIEP
The CIEP (Chartered Institute of Editing and Proofreading) set and demonstrate editorial standards, as well as being a community, training hub and support network for professional editors and proofreaders – the people who work to make text accurate, clear and fit for purpose. Visit their website: ciep.uk