Posts Tagged “Writing”
This is a quote that resonates with me, not as a carpenter (I don’t know my slidey-cut-wood-tool from my bang-in-nails-thing) but as a writer.
We are cursed (in the Chinese sense) to live in Interesting Times. Now, more than any period in history, writers are able to communicate with a global audience. We can create stories and share them with anyone, the best part is; they give us money for them!
Wait, what? Money?
What sorcery is this??
The Well-Presented Manuscript: Just What You Need to Know to Make Your Fiction Look Professional, by Mike Reeves-McMillan.
From a reviewer, fiction author, and former trad-pub copy editor and technical writer, this concise guide to punctuation, sentence structure, typo spotting and basic research comes from analysing the most common errors in nearly 250 indie and traditionally-published books.