5 Simple Editing Tips by Contributing Writer, @RiJanjks #RRBC

Rave Reviews By Nonnie Jules

by Contributing Writer, Jan Sikes

You’ve finished your manuscript and joyfully written ‘The End.’ Now that you are there, the tedious work of editing is next. I know. I hear you groaning, but it is the most important and necessary thing you can do to your story. Experts tell us to let our manuscript rest a week or two before we attempt to edit it.

I’m going to share with you FIVE simple tips that can make the process of editing a little less painful.

1. Download and open Grammarly:
There are other free apps out there besides Grammarly, such as Evernote that are programmed to find simple typos and grammatical errors fast. Does it catch all of them? Of course not. But, it’s a good start.

2. Do a search for Filter Words:
What are Filter Words? “Julie looked out the window and saw a…

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I am a 34 old male who has been blind form the age of 11 years however, I don't let that get in the way of life.
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