In my editing life, I’ve been using track changes a lot. I’m all for it. It’s efficient – no waiting for manuscripts to thump through the letterbox (or having to collect them, mysteriously shredded, from the post office); no expense of high-level security postage, lest it gets mislaid en route. 684 more words
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Back in the office today after two days away last week and a weekend divided into equal parts of exhaustion and working some more.
Despite the fact that I had kept up with emails while away, we are less than two weeks away from a major event and back at my desk I might have well have been plummeting back to earth with G forces making my cheeks expand, flatten and shudder. 654 more words
How To Be A Heroine – Or, what I’ve learned from reading too much) by Samantha Ellis. Recommended by Fiona (Reader Development Team and Whitefield Library). 262 more words
So my oldy this week is a real oldy, It was first published in 1985. I read this book I think in my early 20’s (Many moons ago) and I loved it. 284 more words