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Editing Issues

During my placement, I encountered a number of issues that I needed to address. This blog post explains what these issues were and how I overcame them. 525 more words

A Taste of Humble Pie.... A La Mode

Today I got an email from an editor out in San Francisco. We’ll call him Frank. I had sent Frank a draft of a manuscript for a book I’ve been working on tirelessly, thinking he might be a good editorial candidate for me. 436 more words

More on travel writing

I found a few more travel writing suggestions that look helpful, especially for freelancers.

Travel Writing Tips From the Experts – GoNOMAD Travel



Can't Miss Bloggers

Raevenly Writes commented in one of her blog posts that she wished people had blog rolls. I can give you the cream of my crop. If you follow anyone on WP, I… 387 more words


Some Things I Can Do For You

I’ve been a writer, marketing & communications consultant, web content provider, website creator & site manager, copywriter, SEO specialist, ESL consultant, editor, news journalist and magazine contributor since 2007. 484 more words

Self-Editing, for Independent Excellence

No matter what you’ve written, hiring an editor is always a good investment; however, sometimes there’s just no wiggle room in the budget. So what’s a writer to do when there’s no one to turn to for criticism? 505 more words


Blogging with Fargo

This is perhaps slightly off track from previous entries, but then again perhaps not. I’ve recently been writing about using Byword as a convenient text editor for creating blog content so this is a continuation of that theme. 202 more words