Category Archives: Editing

Building Blogs

Where have I been? Off building blogs! I’m serious, since the last time I blogged here until today, I’ve set up and am working 3 more blogs. “Karen, what are ya thinkin’? You can’t even keep up with this one!” … Continue reading

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My Most Hated Word in Writing

As an editor, I have my most loved words and my most hated words. Today, I’ll talk about my most hated word. Just one of them, the one at the top of my list. Are you ready? That. Yes –┬áthat. … Continue reading

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How to Find the Right Editor For YOU

There are a skillion editors out there, the majority of them are educated, intelligent and can do an excellent job on your manuscript. But how do you choose one? (I could jump up and down here and yell, “Choose me, … Continue reading

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Why do you need an editor?

The simple answer is – so you sound as smart as you are. Any time you write something that will be viewed by public eyes you’ll need an editor. You may have written it, corrected it, run spell check and … Continue reading

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Writing vs. Editing

I know a person can do both, but what if I wanted to pick one? Would it be helpful or harmful to my budding career? I’ve done a huge amount of both. Today the most important word seems to be … Continue reading

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