Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Living the Dream Part 4 (Editing) — Paul.E.Bailey’s World

Hello and welcome to the fourth installment of Living the Dream; the series that delves into my dealings where reading and, more pertinently, writing are concerned. For the first three of this series (actually for every single post to date) I pre-wrote them so that I could fine-tune when it came time to post. However, on … Continue reading Paul.E.Bailey’s World – Living the Dream Part 4 (Editing) — Paul.E.Bailey’s World

Editing — Tallis Steelyard

Obviously as a poet, I do not need an editor. I am the poet, the editor and indeed the calligrapher as well. What is an editor going to tell me, that ‘te dum, te dum dum, te dum’ ought to be ‘te dum, te dum, te dum’? Will the editor criticise my symbolism, mock my … Continue reading Editing — Tallis Steelyard

10 Tips For Editing Your Short Story — A Writer’s Path

by Writer in Wedges So you have written your short story and cannot wait to release it into the world. But before doing that, it is important to take some extra time to make sure your story is properly edited, despite the fact that editing is nowhere near as fun as writing. Spell/Grammar CheckThe first … Continue reading 10 Tips For Editing Your Short Story — A Writer’s Path