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Rob Bignell, Editor 1h
Your story needs a rewrite yet you don't know how to improve it
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Grouchy Editor Dec 7
Now I’ve seen everything. The best reporting in the US about the presidential controversies is brought to you by the Kyiv Post. Well done, my journalist brethren, well done.
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Monica Smith Dec 7
Want to land a book deal? Download this free book proposal template, which has helped hundreds of authors win their first book contract:
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Cassandra Dec 6
Found another writing game! This would make a great character generator! I’m a witch of eternal freedom! What are you?
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Rob Bignell, Editor 16h
Short, skillful exercises that allow you to build a novel
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Cassandra Dec 5
My Monday client has asked for a couple extra weeks, so if you’re in need of an edit, I’ve got a surprise opening! Please email your query & first ten pages to editorcassandra@gmail.com for a quote πŸ–€ ( entrants still save 20%!)
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Abigail K. Perry Dec 2
Story Grid editor ⁦⁩ gives explanation on different types of editors for writers. She’s awesome, I highly recommend signing up for her newsletter. Personally, I love working as a developmental editor most.
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David Rozansky Dec 5
A to : If you write for magazines and newspapers, the AP Stylebook is mandatory. Many an editor has grilled me on deep knowledge of AP style when making assignments. I’m not so big on Chicago Manual, but it’s the standard.
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David Rozansky Dec 5
Q from : For someone who is writing fiction (novels, short stories) & nonfiction (personal essays, nonfiction articles for magazines & maybe newspapers) is it worth buying The Chigago Manual of Style & The Associated Press Stylebook as reference books?
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Melissa Ringsted Dec 7
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David Rozansky Dec 6
Replying to @jmhonolulu
AP and Chicago both stick to the strict recipe of using -s’ for genitive of words ending in s. Oxford is the either-or usage. Strunk prefers linguistic usage rather than the irregular declining. I’m with Strunk on this.
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Mistral Dawn 6h
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David Rozansky Dec 6
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Male Author Nov 30
"Daddy would have gotten us Uzis." she droned. She had a rear end resembling a drugged popsicle nonetheless I lusted to booty call her
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Bridgitte Goosen Dec 6
Great authors deserve to be read! Self Publishing Software to help find Kindle Keywords 😍
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Michael Specks Dec 4
This seems like the beginning of an epic quest. What would the comp titles be? I'm thinking The Road meets The Martian. Also, I would FOR SURE read on. Female lead designing her own spacesuit β˜‘ to reunite with her lost son β˜‘. Sign me up!
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Chad R. Allen Dec 2
Helpful article from : The Privilege of Building an Audience to Serve -
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Male Author Nov 30
β€œI'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that.” she droned. She had armpits similar to a shapely kitten moreover I intended to feel her
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Male Author Dec 4
Her voice was as dead as the summer before last. She had a badonkadonk agnate to a slack ice cream cone but I dreaded to adore her
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Rob Bignell, Editor 7h
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