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Read what you wrote, not what you think you wrote - proof reading your stuff

It happens to everyone. You proof your work. You read it and re-read it.

But unless you put a finger on every word (nearly impossible with touchscreens) you won’t find those missing/wrong words. 191 more words

3by3 Writing Method

Looking for a proof-reader/editor

Hey guys and gals. As some of you have been following, I’ve been posting chunks of my first book (still not finished) here for your perusal. 68 more words


Lot's of words

I wrote in an earlier blog that I was having issues getting started on a new story, a contemporary romance/mystery and had gone back to an old manuscript and was working it up. 257 more words


Procrastination and a dedicated workstation!

Ok, so I felt the need to do a little in between post today as it’s super important to the rest of my writing. Or at least that’s what I want to believe *wink* 523 more words


Publication Mania

Publication Mania

One of the saddest things I see among beginning writers is their burning need to publish before their work is ready. For many writers in the early days of their career, publication at this stage often comes at the expense of their reputation as a good author. 828 more words


Kit Domino reblogged this on The Edit Agony Aunt.

Freelance Experience


  • Zondervan Publishing, Thomas Nelson, Barbour Publishing, David C Cook, Newleaf, Scandinavia Publishing, Heart and Life Publishers, Family Christian Stores, and independent authors—Proofread books using Adobe Pro or hard copy.
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Vanessa Carroll

My New Novel and a special offer...

I have a new novel out. It’s called Displacement.

The story line could be summed up as: The search for resolution after the upheaval of loss. 517 more words

My Writing