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Avoid Common Writing Mistakes

by Auburn Seal  •  April 26, 2016

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Writing Mistakes. We all make them. Most of us try not to, and yet, sometimes the errors just leak out of us. Here are some common ones to watch for. Misuse of homophones might be one of my biggest pet peeves since the actual meaning of the word is wrong. Here’s a list from Scholastic

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4 Questions to Ask Before Hiring an Editor

by Auburn Seal  •  February 23, 2016

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Last week, you read my tips for deciding what kind of editor you need. Now that you know what kind of editor you are looking for, here are some details you’ll need to know before hiring him or her, regardless of whether it’s a copy editor or a developmental editor. Are they willing to provide you with

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How to Choose an Editor and Ensure a Soft Landing for Your Novel

by Auburn Seal  •  February 18, 2016

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Have you just finished your first book? Everyone keeps tossing about words like editor, cover designer, author platform. If you are anything like I was after that first book, you are probably hiding in the corner in the fetal position. There are so many next steps it’s hard to know what to do next. Today

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#IndieChat – How a Developmental Editor Can Help Make an Author’s Book Better

by Bibliocrunch  •  May 1, 2014

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We’re excited to have freelance developmental book editor, Katie McCoach, as our guest on Tuesday’s #IndieChat on 5/6/14.