Category Archives: Editing

Doubting Thomas: The Reader’s Journey

I was critiquing a short story for a friend of mine that dealt with expectation and belief in the unexplainable. Sometimes a written critique can’t convey the concerns I have well enough so we met up on instant messenger to … Continue reading

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A Macro for Meeting RWA Format for Contest Judges

I created this macro for converting critiques to contest format when I was judging an RWA contest. We weren’t allowed to use comments, but I like using comments when I’m reading something rather than dealing with changing the text color. … Continue reading

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Compare Documents in Word

The Compare Documents function in Word is probably one of the least used features despite being very powerful because it’s not easy to figure out the first time, or even the second or third. However, I’ve been using it for … Continue reading

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Interesting Links for 12-10-2010

Editing Weronika Janczuk offers some suggestions for how to turn familiar text into unique text so the errors stand out. I am boggled by the idea of posting something on the wall (of course I can’t reach any of my … Continue reading

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Interesting links for 11-05-2010

Promoting Some solid tips on the difference between traditional and social marketing so that your efforts to promote aren’t received the wrong way: http://warriorwriters.wordpress.com/2010/11/03/two-ways-to-transform-your-book-marketing/

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