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So, I have a Cat...

Her name is Kitty, very original I know but I didn’t name her. Anyways…when it’s warm out we like to take her on walks. Because cats are dogs too… wait, what? 154 more words


R is for...Research

I wasn’t sure up until about two minutes ago what the R post was going to be about. If you’ve been with me for the entire journey so far on this A-Z blog challenge, you will know from my A post that I started the challenge on a whim with no forethought whatsoever and I chose the theme to tie in with this whole blog which did originally start as a trip through my WIP. 1,132 more words


Schemes and Scenes - Part Ten

Schemes and Scenes – Part Ten

This is the seventh article in an occasional series on scene development.  Self-Editing For Fiction Writers, Chapter Ten, focuses on repetition, with two exercises. 1,060 more words


Behind the scenes Fuji x100 editing

This is me at the office doing my Fuji x100 editing and post processing.

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The Editor

The Editor

The job of an Editor is truly complex.We alone have the power to make or break a film. This video really puts the job as editor in a new light. 70 more words


Handling Rejection: An Editor's Viewpoint

Recently I found someone complaining that an editor rejected her piece because the editor didn’t like the style of writing she submitted to this particular magazine. 764 more words

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Rejection - from an Editors point of view - PLUS - advice to disgruntled authors and critical readers! avatar_3d174c544778_16

Chapter 6


I’ve continued work on It Started With a Letter, working around my overtime projects for work. It’s slow going, but it’s fun to do. 231 more words