Getting to the end of your first draft is a momentous achievement – definitely one that deserves celebration. But don’t make the mistake of thinking…
I recently published a post with an embarrassing error: who’s instead of whose. How did I let this happen and how can I help you avoid doing the same?
Woo hoo! You did it! The first thing to do is feel super smug and a wee bit proud (or should that be the other…
I have to be aware of my tastes and make sure I don’t impose them on the writers I work with.
As an editor, I see dangling modifiers everywhere.
If you don’t know what that means, let’s break it down so you can get maximum word-nerd cred.
As I waded through columns and columns of similar dot points I rubbed my hands in glee; I hardly understood a word and my inner jargon-buster was looking forward to the brain-hurting challenge.