Tag Archives: editing

Hiring a Freelance Editor: Pricing and Getting the Most for Your Money

Originally posted on The Sarcastic Muse:
I was chatting with my cousin a few weeks ago about freelance work. He used to work as a graphic designer—doing logos and such—and so he knows how difficult it can be to find…

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A New Year Begins …

Well, it began several hours ago (or longer depending on where YOU live).  And how did I spend the first day of the new year?  Cleaning, doing laundry, reading blog posts, making dal for dinner.  You know, fun stuff.  (Well, … Continue reading

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A Frustrated Reader

Originally posted on A Journey thru Words:
It’s nice to be wanted. I know every Indie writer searches for an avid reader like me.  I speed read and can easily devour up to 80,000 words a day.  I’m always hungry for…

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Bored and Researching Editing Software

Originally posted on Lea At Sea:
I have been researching Manuscript Editing Software for the last few hours. So far I have found some interesting things! I even tested one out a little bit. I honestly think this might be…

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Services Offered

Originally posted on C.N. Faust:
Hello my darlings, This is me creating a post for easier re-blogging because the last one was kind of crammed with too much personal information. So from my other services page, this is a…

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8 Things You Need To Know About Character Arcs

Originally posted on MOON IN GEMINI:
1. Character arcs are not 100% necessary. I’m going to get this out of the way first thing. This argument is made all the time, and there’s some truth to it. There are some…

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The Great Big Blue

It’s been a week since I submitted my final word count to Camp NaNoWriMo and my brain still feels as empty as this great expanse of sky. I’ve written little since: mostly comments, an attempt at poetry during a downturn … Continue reading

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Ride ’em, Cowboy! The Nexus Between Editing and Bull Riding

You must read today’s guest blogger at the Writer’s Resource Center, Suzanne G. Fox!  Her post, “So Much in Common:  The Truth About Editing and Bull Riding,” is both entertaining and informative.  My favorite similarity of the several that she … Continue reading

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Can you spell Juneau?

Another entertaining and informative post from a guest blogger at the Writer’s Resource Center: “A small sheik escaped” and other editing execises to energize your writing by L.A. Ramsey.  L.A. shares writing bloopers (AKA typographical errors) as well as the … Continue reading

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Guest bloggers at the Writer’s Resource Center

John Hewitt of the Writer’s Resource Center is on hiatus for a few weeks and has engaged a great group of bloggers to fill in for him. One of that great group is . . . yours truly 🙂 I … Continue reading

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