Category: Editing tips

Sunday #BookReview with D.G. Kaye – Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips/Mignon Fogarty

Book reviews by D.G. Kaye

  Today I’m sharing my latest review for a wonderful book and handy reference guide I highly recommend for all writers and students – Grammar Girl’s Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing by Mignon Fogarty.   I’m sure we’ve all read several books on the subjects of grammar and punctuation, but this book is […]

Just Sayin’ – Get Your Best Deals When Purchasing Apps and Website Services

Just Sayin'

Get Your Best Deals When Purchasing Apps and Website Services   Today’s episode of Just Sayin’ focuses on how to get your best price when purchasing apps and programs to aid in your writing/editing, security and antivirus programs for your computers, and for website domains and services that apply to your websites.   We see […]

Are you familiar with the Writing/Editing App – Prowritingaid?

  Today I want to talk about a most helpful writing app I use called Prowritingaid . This is a wonderful writing/editing app which you purchase a licence for to use and then you download it into your Word program and/or your WordPress blog dashboard so the editing tools will display on your editing toolbars. The […]

The Single Most Useful Editing Tool I’ve Used – #NaturalReader | The Write Stuff

writing tips

  Today I’m sharing a fantastic post from friend and author Marcia Meara, about a useful editing tool she’s discovered for reading our work in Natural Reader back to us aloud. Please have a look at Marcia’s post below and feel free to let us know if you’ve tried this app and what you like […]

19 Self-editing Tips | WordDreams… – Jacqui Murray

Reblog and share

  Had to share this wonderful post for writers from Jacqui Murray of Worddreams. Jacqui is an author/blogger and adjunct professor of integrating technology in education and every week she shares some informative writing tips. This week’s share is her 19 Tips for Self-Editing.   Now that I’ve published my first novel, To Hunt a […]

What Our #Editors Look for on an Opening Page | News for Authors

Reblogging is flattery

An interesting article from Phil Stamper-Halpin, written for Penguin Random House on what it takes from our books to catch an editor’s eye. The article touches on first line attention grabbers and looking for authenticity in voice. Have a read below:   What Our Editors Look for on an Opening Page BY PHIL STAMPER-HALPIN|JULY, 2016 […]

4 Top Tips For #Self-Publishing Your First Book With @Pokercubster | Sacha Black

Guest Featured Author

Hey guys and gals, I’m guest hosting over at Sacha Black’s blog today. Sacha is overworked getting her new book ready for publication and has taken off on a leisurely long weekend to Paris for a girl time, something I could use badly! So Sacha had invited me to write a post and guest host […]

© 2014 Frontier Theme