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Eight Sentence Sunday #3

Here we are with Eight Sentence Sunday, a blog hop hosted by Weekend Writing Warriors. My intent is to post as many Sunday’s as possible this year. 83 more words


Readings in Cedar Falls and Iowa City: January 29-30

Cedar Falls

Thursday, January 29, 2015, at 7:00 pm
Hearst Center for the Arts, 304 W Seerley Boulevard

Fellow Prairie Gold editor Lance M. Sacknoff and I will be traveling up to Cedar Falls on Thursday to discuss writing and publishing with the Craft of Fiction students at University of Northern Iowa.

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Sheehan Writing & Editing: Making Words Memorable

When it comes to working with words, there’s no denying it—the skills of an experienced writer and editor can make a world of difference to a busy business owner who doesn’t have the time to write blog posts or an anxious author who needs a second set of eyes on her novel. 432 more words



The final type of edit is the Proofread.

Often times this gets confused with a Mechanical Edit and as both an author and an editor, this aggravates me to no end. 310 more words


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

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 work or, at the very least, to find people willing to pay for good work. 760 more words

Michelle Mueller

New short story - Fish and Chips.

I’ve completed a new short story! I started writing this one a few years ago, using the writing prompt of taking a few random pictures and using them as the basis for a story, a very useful prompt that I use a lot. 2,355 more words