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Proofreading – The Importance of Being Accurate

April 30th, 2014

Most writers would agree that proofreading is the least exciting part of writing, whether it’s a novel, short story, article or poem. The problem is that all written work needs to be proofread before it can be sent off to a publisher. Even if you think your English is perfect and you have a real eye for the small details, it’s vital that you always remember to give your work a read through before sending it anywhere – that missing apostrophe could be the difference between a sale and a rejection! Read the rest of this entry »




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Five Qualities of High-Concept Stories for Your Written Work

March 28th, 2014

So you’re about to begin the process of writing the initial draft of your essay, your novel, or your creative non-fiction piece. Chances are that you’ve already brainstormed about a dozen concepts or ideas for your literary project. Read the rest of this entry »




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