Tag: editing tips

Do You Use ‘Text to Speech’ to Read Your Work Back to Yourself? – #Editing Tips

Editing tips

      Many of us aren’t aware of the many options that Word offers to help with our writing. Although I don’t profess to know what all the functionalities are on the Word ribbon, I was happy to learn about the ‘Read Aloud’ feature, also known as ‘text to speech’.   My friend Marcia […]

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

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  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

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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 […]

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