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Style Guide Booklet, Re-released, Receives first Rave Review

I received a nice review on my revised, re-released EFA Publications booklet, originally published as an ebook only in 2017 with a slightly different title. This was a fun booklet to write, and revising it gave me the opportunity to see whether my own process has remained consistent over the years and make tweaks where…

April 7, 2021
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You’ve got the story. Share it well.

You’ve got the story, the product, the knowledge, and I can help you share it. You want not just more content for your website, more content for your newsletters, more content for your social media, but better content. More and better content means more and better outside engagement with what you’re offering. But don’t just…

September 11, 2019
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Studying English for a career as a writer?

As we begin to gear up for the new school year, I’m thinking about studies and majors and careers. I’ve encountered quite a few wonderful young people recently who share my interest in language.

August 2, 2017
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Look sharp! Editing adds professionalism.

Professional Tip: Hire an editor to refine your language. Wait– maybe “refine” isn’t the best word for what I do, because most of my clients are average-Joes who don’t want to sound like they are drinking tea with their pinkies in the air.

March 10, 2016
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The #AWP15 Rundown part 1: Small Press Publishers

The first year I attended the conference of the Association of Writers and Writing Programs, I went as a writer.

April 15, 2015
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