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The Frankfurt Book Fair: 5 Tips for First-Time Visitors

I decided to check out the Frankfurt Book Fair as a first timer to see what’s going on in the publishing world. As this is renowned as the world’s largest book fair, it was definitely worth checking out for me as an editor but as this first is vast, here are five tips I would like to share for first timers if you’re thinking of going to the next one in… 484 more words

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The Rush to Fiction

Clinton, South Carolina, Saturday, March 18, 2017, 10:25 a.m.

It’s been a lovely cruise, this week. Other than a couple cold nights at athletic fields, it was mainly noteworthy for what I am doing now, which is typing in various directions. 662 more words

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Linda Farrow makes sandals, too?

If you’re familiar with Linda Farrow, you know it’s a brand of luxury sunglasses. Did you know that Linda Farrow offers sandals? Me neither. But that’s what I read on Yahoo! 22 more words

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Writing Tools for the Professional Writer

Writing Tools for the Professional Writer

Author’s Note: This is a copy of my latest post on Medium. I hope you find it useful. 849 more words

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Friday Follies #80 - P.S....

Dear FF fans: I have decided, after much thought (2.3 seconds), to readjust the naming of my Friday Follies posts, starting next week. From now on, posts will be named as follows: 57 more words

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Talking about Quotation Marks with President Trump

I don’t usually use my blog for political purposes, but President Trump has taken to giving punctuation lessons, and that’s my turf, so here goes. 245 more words

Microsoft Word: Track Changes (screenshot)

Here’s a partial screenshot of how I leave notes and make changes on documents via Microsoft’s built-in Track Changes option (under the Review tab in Word).

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