The topic is such a vast subject that we could have easily talked for hours on the issue. The editing time for any publisher is often a slow process. They have many authors inline.
The up-side to traditional publishing is that a writer can feel validated as an author. It’s good to know that a book publisher was confident enough in your writing to go that mile with you. Also, the editing process is overseen by the editor of the publishing company. They make sure that your manuscript is a well written novel when it gets released to the readers.
The route a scriber takes is a personal choice. Either way a writer goes, the road to becoming a recognized author is a tough one, but authors know-writing the perfect novel isn’t only about the rewards, it’s about something deeper that
lives in us and claws its way to the surface.