The first thing to decide is the purpose of the edit.
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.
No matter whether the photographs were of carefree young faces or haggard images taken by police, they all seemed to hold the weight of what…
I think point 7 is my favourite, with 8 coming a close second.
Are you stumped? Not sure where to start? Here’s a suggestion for a way in.
Writing can be a lonely occupation, but help is at hand. Here’s a teeny tiny video I made on the subject. (That’s me on the…
Whether your manuscript is a final draft needing a polish or an early draft needing feedback, working with an editor can help you get one step closer to publication.