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You’ve probably heard a lot about track changes already if you’ve shared your work digitally. Track changes a feature that allows writers, editors and critiquers to mark up a piece with digital “ink;” inserting comments, moving lines, and correcting grammar. This feature allows writers to review edits made to their manuscript. But most of youContinue reading “Track Changes in Microsoft Word is a Lot”
My dad likes to tell that old writer joke: “Be nice to me or I’ll put you in my next book.” He’s not a writer himself, just an enthusiastic reader and a great supporter of my passion for writing. He subscribes to the popular George R.R. Martin-esque idea of the writer: the writer is aContinue reading “The Struggle to Let our Characters Struggle”
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