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A Handy Tool for Writers

A Handy Tool for Writers

A Session with Earl Javorsky Besides writing, I work as an editor and proofreader. When I get back a copyedited work, I am then tasked with—assuming it’s a Word doc with Tracking turned on—Accepting or Rejecting edits, which I can see in a Reviewing Pane and address one at a time, either right-clicking or going […]

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Marketing 101

Marketing 101

A session with Kathryn Le Veque It’s not just writing the book… it’s selling it. You can write the greatest book in the world, the next War and Peace, but unless you can get it in front of a million hungry readers, it won’t make any difference how good your book is. In the world […]

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SHOWING RATHER THAN TELLING: A PRIMER

SHOWING RATHER THAN TELLING: A PRIMER

A Session with Lou Aronica By the time I started writing my first published novel, I’d already been working in the publishing industry for more than twenty years. The majority of that time had been spent working with writers on their manuscripts, and I had edited quite a few bestsellers and award winners. Of course