EDITING 101: A series of 64 FREE Editing Tips – INDEX – For your future reference…

Presented, courtesy of my good friend and Professional Book Editor, Susan Uttendorfsky, the owner of Adirondack Editing.

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EDITING 101: 01 – Introduction and ‘Redundancies’

EDITING 101: 02 – Description Depression

EDITING 101: 03 – THAT’s the Problem in Revising

EDITING 101: 04 – Character Name Consistency

EDITING 101: 05 – General Plurals

EDITING 101: 06 – He Said / She Said: Dialogue Tags

EDITING 101: 07 – Consecutive Versus Concurrent Action

EDITING 101: 08 – Using Song Lyrics in your Manuscript

EDITING 101: 09 – Cutting “ly” Adverbs and Enhancing Scenes

EDITING 101: 10 – What Happens When You Die? – NOT in a Metaphysical sense

EDITING 101: 11 – Using a Thesaurus

EDITING 101: 12 – Directions and Impossibilities

EDITING 101: 13 – Self-Editing Part 1

EDITING 101: 14 – Self-Editing Part 2

EDITING 101: 15 – Self-Editing Part 3

EDITING 101: 16 – Homonyms, Homographs, and Homophones

EDITING 101: 17 – Powerful Protagonists

EDITING 101: 18 – Writer’s Block

EDITING 101: 19 – Sentence Fragments

EDITING 101: 20 – Dashes

EDITING 101: 21 – Plotting

EDITING 101: 22 – Using Registered Trademarks and Brand Names

EDITING 101: 23 – Tenses

EDITING 101: 24 – Split Infinitives and Dangling Participles

EDITING 101: 25 – Style Guides for Fiction

EDITING 101: 26 – POV Head Hopping

EDITING 101: 27 – Semicolons

EDITING 101: 28 – Emphasizing

EDITING 101: 29 – Types of Point of View

EDITING 101: 30 – Ellipses

EDITING 101: 31 – Referring to Technology in Your Writing

EDITING 101: 32 – Sentence Length

EDITING 101: 33 – Research – How Much is Enough or How Much is Too Much?

EDITING 101: 34 – When to use “which” or “that”?

EDITING 101: 35 – Using the five senses

EDITING 101: 36 – Removing Filter Words

EDITING 101: 37 – Hiring Professionals, Part 1

EDITING 101: 38 – Hiring Professionals, Part 2

EDITING 101: 39 – Writing Your Synopsis and Back Cover Blurbs

EDITING 101: 40 – Editing Myths

EDITING 101: 41 – Using the Back of your Book Effectively

EDITING 101: 42 – Who, Whom, and other Word Misuses

EDITING 101: 43 – Punctuating Prepositional and Appositive Phrases

EDITING 101: 44 – Using Beta Readers

EDITING 101: 45 – Do All Your Characters Sound Alike?

EDITING 101: 46 – Recognizing Publishing Scams

EDITING 101: 47 – Dangling Modifiers

EDITING 101: 48 – Using Quotes in Your Book and Research Tips – Part 1

EDITING 101: 49 – Using Quotes in Your Book and Research Tips – Part 2

EDITING 101: 50 – Using Another Language in Your Manuscript

EDITING 101: 51 – Identifying Your Book’s Goal

EDITING 101: 52 – Adjectives – and the Commas That Go With Them

EDITING 101: 53 – Internet Tracking

EDITING 101: 54 – Sharing Content, Copyrights, and Permissions – Part 1

EDITING 101: 55 – Sharing Content, Copyrights, and Permissions – Part 2

EDITING 101: 56 – ‘Shoulda Woulda Coulda’

EDITING 101: 57 – Comma Splice Blues

EDITING 101: 58 – Showing Character Emotion

EDITING 101: 59 – Character Profiles

EDITING 101: 60 – Deleted Material

EDITING 101: 61 – Passive Voice versus Passive Verbs

EDITING 101: 62 – Using the Wrong Song Lyrics

EDITING 101: 63 – Are you overwhelming your social media followers?

EDITING 101: 64 – Story Organisation

 

 

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