Article: “Writing Is a Process, Not an Act”

“Nothing trips up an author faster than the idea that writing is a single act, completed in a single attempt, rather than a process. Where and when the belief began is irrelevant; what matters is that it is wrong. Today, we are going to dispel the myth and explain how a manuscript is created.”

Source: Editor’s Corner: Writing Is a Process, Not an Act

Article: “Understanding Book Reading Levels: Part 2”

“Sometimes, the ideas that stick with readers the most are the simplest. That doesn’t mean authors should dumb down their writing; it just means they should consider using fewer words, breaking apart complex sentences, and/or setting down the thesaurus once in a while.

When your words flow in a more conversational way, your readers will thank you for it.”

Source: Editor’s Corner Writing Tips: Understanding Book Reading Levels – Part 2