Category Archives: Editors

Editorial License

I used to be a writer. Now I only write in my head on the way home from work in the car, in the shower, or just before I fall asleep. Sometimes I think of great stories when the dog and I walk through the woods.  My thoughts rarely make it to paper or the […]

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Editors Bring Fresh Eyes

From time to time I perform editing tasks for a professor at a major university here in Florida. The recipient of many environmental education grants, she understands the various stages of bringing a work to publication, especially works that involve more than one person. In addition to having the foresight to bring an editor into […]

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Cookbook Editing

Do cookbooks go through the editing process? The best ones do. Along with having the actual recipes proofed–which rarely happens these days–cookbooks do well to have an editor. Authors are so familiar with their recipes that most cannot view the instructions from the perspective of the first-time user. In addition to vague, incomplete, and often […]

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