Bullying and internet-bashing is a rather nasty phenomenon. Very playground and equally if not more damaging.
I’ve read a few blog posts with authors complaining about bad reviews. 1,166 more words
I wasn’t sure where to start for my first Monk script post, but after some thought I settled on sharing some of the back story of how I have come to be a professional editor and proofreader. 858 more words
Understanding what your work needs and knowing what you want: these are the first steps in hiring an editor. The term “editor” itself is very broad, so starting this week, I’m offering some definitions to help you identify different kinds of editors and what they can do for you. 581 more words
I am so excited about this new project. I am the Rest of the World Editor for this journal: http://www.missguscoth.co.uk/ghdc/consideringdisability/
We are currently looking for copywriters and proofreaders. 42 more words
Julia Gibbs is a respected and well known proofreader in the Indie book community so I was delighted when she agreed to pop in to A Woman’s Wisdom and tell us a bit about herself. 1,113 more words
Great interview with proofreader Julia Gibbs. I think I need her for my next book.