Maybe You Don’t Need that Book on Writing After All . . .

Editing tips for writers. . . If you have a computer and can check out Editing 101 at Chris the Story Reading Ape’s blog. Susan Uttendorfsky of Adirondack Editing provides a host of FREE lessons on everything from “Removing Filter Words” (a must-read) to when to use “which” or “that.” I’ve found Susan’s posts to be accurate, clear, and friendly. Check them out!

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4 responses to “Maybe You Don’t Need that Book on Writing After All . . .

  1. Really helpful post, and thanks for sharing.

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  2. Thanks for sharing, Virginia 😃

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