Category Archives: chunking up/down

My next venture!

I have been off blog for a while preparing and compiling my next non fiction work for writers. Having posted around 350 blogs in 15 months or so and over 200 on writing and writing tips it occurred to me to … Continue reading

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The importance of editing using different techniques – Part 2

In the first part of this blog, I set out the ways in which I approached editing and proof reading of my manuscript and why it is important to use a variety of techniques to get the best book possible … Continue reading

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Honing the manuscript

When is enough? and when is too much? These are very difficult questions to answer as a writer. On the one hand the manuscript is your baby. You have invested hundreds or even thousands of hours getting it so far. Yet, … Continue reading

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Using NLP to help you edit long passages of writing.

Writers are often the worst kind of people to edit written work because they are frequently a stakeholder in or are connected in some way to the work. Writers know that they should get someone else, a beta reader, to … Continue reading

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