Monthly Archives: October 2015

8 Things I Got from Being a Pitch to Publication Editor

Changed for good—and for the better! I had the treat of serving as an editor for Writer Pitch’s Pitch to Publication contest (hosted by Samantha Fountain) this past summer. It was an experience that I highly recommend not only to … Continue reading

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Point of View: Taking Advantage of Viewpoint to Deepen Fiction

Earlier this fall, we identified eight common viewpoints and three questions to help you choose one for your story. Do you know how to use your chosen POV effectively in your writing? Whether you’re starting a new draft or revising … Continue reading

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5 Tips for a Great Relationship with your Freelance Editor (MS Editors post)

It’s important to me to form healthy relationships with my editing clients, and I’m committed to giving the attention and respect it takes to make that happen. I’ve found that writers are also craving that special partnership but aren’t always … Continue reading

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