Category: Tips on Writing/Editing


VERY IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING POST! PLEASE READ AND VISIT THE LINK BELOW:

THANK YOU!! 😀

http://readersretreat.com/reader-sites/

If you’re looking for a reviewer (other than myself ) as I know very well how imperative it is that we get as many great reviews as possible, please  take a moment to check out Readers Retreat. You’ll also find Reader Sites, Facebook Pages for Readers, Book Review Sites, (I’m in this list) and Reader Forums.

There are also links to buy certain novels, including Charity works – I think this is of the utmost importance – where the more who get involved, the better. You’ll also find many other useful and helpful goodies. 😀

As always, comments and feedback are not only welcomed, but encouraged, so the site manager knows how they are doing their job. If you have any questions or concerns pertaining to this site, please visit Catrina Taylor. I’m sure she’ll be happy to help. 😀

THANK YOU, AND AGAIN, PLEASE CONSIDER THE FEEDBACK AND COMMENTS THERE,

AS WELL AS HERE MY BLOG.

~HAPPY READING AND WRITING~

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I’da never thunk it, but seriously, and totally by accident, I found that using my Kindle as an editing tool was one of my greatest ideas ever~

I PDF’d my Doc aka: my novel, then used calibre to convert it into the Kindle format. Once I started reading it on my Kindle, if there was a typo it stood out like a HUGE sore thumb!

You’re able to make notes wherever you are while you’re reading. When you’ve finished reading, go to those notes, prop Kindle up next to your PC, Mac or other laptop, and make the necessary changes.

For me, it saved HOURS of editing the old fashioned way (for computers-lol), and I was able to have an ‘almost’ ready product in no time!

Give it a shot, you won’t regret it!

Luv & Respect,

~Ressa~ 😀

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