Line Editing

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Conquering Your Fear of the Semi-Colon with Editor Theresa Stevens

Do you rewrite sentences just to avoid using a semi-colon? Editor Theresa Stevens explains the proper usage of the semi-colon, narrative compression (what’s that?), and the importance of creating a likeable character as she critiques another RU reader submission.  Welcome, […]

Editor Gina Bernal Tackles Line Editing

Good morning! Welcome to another installment of our Line Editing series, where editors Gina Bernal and Theresa Stevens edit the first two pages of a reader-submitted manuscript. Today, Gina determines if this scene starts in the right […]

Ask An Editor: Theresa Stevens’ Line Editing Series

This month we continue our line editing series with editor THERESA STEVENS.  Welcome back, Theresa! This month we continue our line editing series with an entry that gives us a chance to talk about content editing […]

Ask An Editor: Theresa Stevens’ Line Editing Series

Editor extraordinaire THERESA STEVENS is back with with an in-depth example of the line editing process. This month we continue our line editing series with an entry we are told is YA fantasy. Chapter One […]

Editor Gina Bernal Tackles Line Editing

Good morning! Welcome to the second installment of our Line Editing series, where editors Gina Bernal and Theresa Stevens edit the first two pages of a reader-submitted manuscript. Today, Gina takes a look at an entry from K.C. Admas. […]

Ask An Editor Theresa Stevens Tackles Line Editing

Good morning! We’re excited to introduce the first installment of our new Line Editing series, where publisher Theresa Stevens and editor Gina Bernal take turns editing the first two pages of a reader-submitted manuscript. First […]

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