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If you’ve ever thought about writing a book for your business, we hope you’ve been following along with our series of articles in Businessing Magazine, “Behind the Scenes of Writing a Business Book.” Our goal with this series is to shed some light on the actual process of book creation, and to show that it can be broken down into manageable stages. We also want to make sure any prospective business book authors know that none of these stages need to be tackled alone, and in fact, some pieces of the process should only be handled by professionals.

The part of the process that we most strongly believe should be left to the pros is editing. Read the third article in the series, which is all about book editing and layout.

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