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Pesky Pronouns

by Tim Kane Recently, I set to work editing down the pronouns in my manuscript. No short order. In the process of weeding them out, I sliced away 4000 words. Yet even then, I wasn’t done. Passing the book onto … Continue reading

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Don’t Get Dragged Down by the Power to Change

Just because you can change an ebook or a webpage, doesn’t mean you should. We’ve reached an age  where edits can be made in seconds. Books can be revised and put back in circulation in a day. The temptation to … Continue reading

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The Devil is in the Details

I’ve been with this writing group now for three years. They have taught me many things. How to handle critique. How to properly read aloud. But mostly, how to pay attention to those pesky details. You know, the tiny words … Continue reading

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