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Web: Online editors for Dotnet and Javascript

Hi folks,

Today we are going to see online editors for dotnet and javascript.
This helps when you are away from your machine and you need to code something. 235 more words


Answering Five Questions about Writing

I’m over on the new and improved Capital City Writers Association blog today answering questions about writing and I’d love to have you join me there… 48 more words


Why Network?

Eva Marie Everson posted a video clip on Facebook. She’d ask James Watkins what was the one piece of advice he’d give authors. His answer. “Three words: network, network, network.” 523 more words

Cindy S Huff

Rules for Writing or: What the Heck Do Editors Really Want?

Like many neophyte fiction writers, I often find myself perplexed and distressed at the steady stream of rejections flowing into my inbox.  Assurances that our literary betters slogged through similar swamps in their formative days may bring little bursts of temporary comfort but they provide no real clarity; I once read one of Asimov’s universally rejected early efforts and found it to be all but indistinguishable from his classics.  884 more words

Student Newspaper Editors Punished for Not Printing Word 'Redskin'

The principal of a Pennsylvania high school has blocked editors of the student newspaper from posting articles on its website after they removed the word redskin from a story without permission. 16 more words

Different Levels of EDITING – which do you need?

I’ve been neglecting my writer-bloggers and follower-friends so this post is for you!
We all agree (I hope) that our writing needs to edited before publishing. 916 more words

Writing And Getting Published

You (Writer) Need an Editor

It took me a while and some boneheaded publishing errors to realize that authors need editors like the shore needs the sea. Bottom line: it’s impossible to spot every mistake in your manuscript by yourself. 805 more words