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- Health Issues
- Welcome To EditRight 4u
- Writers: Be Blessed To Do The Research!
- Do I really need to have my book edited?
- The Proper Use of “Lay” and Lie”
- Why We Tell Stories
- Editing Response: A Client’s Email
- Writers: Eliminating Wordiness
- Writing is a series of Choices
- Writers – So you want to write a short story?
Category Archives: General
I am currently limiting the number of clients I am taking on due to health issues. I am hoping that this is a tempory condition and I return to a full work schedule soon. Thank-you for all the notes and emails … Continue reading
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
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
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
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
Here is a reprint of an article I thought people might find useful. Some of the entries are obvious, but a couple were new to me a thought it was worth a reprint. It was orginally published on http://www.dailywritingtips.com/ 7 Great … Continue reading
I received an email from a listener of my podcast Ron’s Amazing Stories. He was criticizing my use of “an” verses “a”. I have always thought the usage was based on whether the next word in the sentence began with … Continue reading