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Editing Tip #63

Don’t Underestimate Your Readers ~ I could have been snippy with the sub-title on this tip but I didn’t think it would be taken as the tongue-in-cheek moment it was meant to be… showing an understanding of my general readership…. Read More ›

Bad Poetry

The notion of ‘bad poetry’ has been on my mind since I listened to some last night. Insert “sigh” here. It is always difficult to critique poetry and it’s even harder for someone to take you seriously if you’re not… Read More ›

Editing Tip #3

By editing several drafts on your own, you can save money and heartache with an editor later. The art of Drafting is tedious for some writers and exciting for others. Which are you? The first draft of your manuscript is… Read More ›

Editing Tip #1

Don’t edit in isolation – Get help. I know, you’ve poured your heart and soul into this manuscript and it’s perfect just the way you wrote it…. …or is it? Even big name authors still use editors for a variety… Read More ›