Podcast: “That’s My Tense, and I’m Sticking to It”

"When speaking to others, we often switch tenses, especially when we’re excited. In writing, however, readers don’t have the benefit of hearing us speak or seeing our gestures and expressions, which means that a mix of past, present, and future tenses can leave readers incredibly confused. You can remedy the problem and avoid reader confusion … Continue reading Podcast: “That’s My Tense, and I’m Sticking to It”

The Basics: What Do Editors Want from Writers?

We want a good project. A diamond in the rough. Something we can really sink our teeth into and take from good to great. And we want writers who really, really want to see that happen. Our favorite clients: feel passionately about their project have done research on the audience they're trying to reach have spell-checked, proofread, revised, and employed beta readers before looking for an editor recognize their project's … Continue reading The Basics: What Do Editors Want from Writers?