Author Archives: Ron

About Ron

Host and producer of Ron's Amazing Stories since 2011.

Welcome To EditRight 4u

Whether you have a completed manuscript, technical paper, or you are just struggling to perfect your blog. EditRight 4u can help. We can help transform YOUR words into perfection and achieve your publishing deadlines. When writing anything professionally you cannot … Continue reading

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Writers: Be Blessed To Do The Research!

No matter what you know or think you know about a subject, there is always more to learn. One of the most embarrassing situations to have happen is being called out because what you thought was true was incorrect. Always … Continue reading

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Do I really need to have my book edited?

Over the past few weeks I have been getting a lot of requests to review books to see if they are in need of being edited. I have no issue with doing this, but I want to point out that … Continue reading

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The Proper Use of “Lay” and Lie”

I received an email from a reader asking me to clarify the usage of “Lay” versus “Lie”.  For some reason people have trouble with these two pesky words. In truth it is simple to keep them straight if you remember … Continue reading

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Why We Tell Stories

Throughout history and across the globe every known society has produced stories. Whether it is told around a campfire in a primeval jungle or in a bus bound for Cleveland, we have told tales to keep our culture strong. In … Continue reading

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Editing Response: A Client’s Email

I received this email a few days ago from a client and was quite blessed by it. I asked for permission to reprint it here and to use it as a testimonial. I have to say I have not worked … Continue reading

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Writers: Eliminating Wordiness

I recently did a blog post on being wordy and word choices. I found this great article buried over at the Ball State University JD Writing Center. Although very simple, I think that ties into my orginal post and completes … Continue reading

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