Monthly Archives: September 2015

Read what you wrote, not what you think you wrote – proof reading your stuff

It happens to everyone. You proof your work. You read it and re-read it. But unless you put a finger on every word (nearly impossible with touchscreens) you won’t find those missing/wrong words. There are some tricks to self-proof reading. … Continue reading

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Writer – you can do better, read on

Yes, you’re a writer. You’ve sweated for years, worked on that story. Had friends and fellow writers critique it. I have news for you, but before I reveal my message here is a little story. I created a critique group … Continue reading

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writer’s conferences have people like you – writers

Going to a writer’s conference is fun, educational and full of information for the author looking toward traditional publishing as well as tips for the self-publisher. Writing is a difficult existence. You are alone. Doubts abound. It is good feeling … Continue reading

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Editors are so necessary for an author

There are several types of editors, but no matter where you are in your writing career, you will need an editor. No way can an author see or find all the typos, mis-matched words and plot points. In an even … Continue reading

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