Over the next several months there will be some significant changes made to the Center for Writing Excellence. I want to concentrate more on editing and publishing so have decided to set the Center up as a book publishing company. To that end I will be offering customized services for writers who have a manuscript […]
Do you have your 2014 Writing Goals outlined yet? The Center for Writing Excellence has some exciting opportunities for you to help jump-start your projects. To start off, we have a very exciting, interactive 8-week class on Dialog starting tomorrow (January 12). The Dialog-Breathing Life Into Your Writing class is an excellent opportunity for you […]
According to Wikipedia, the definition of Crowdsourcing is the practice of obtaining needed services, ideas, or content by soliciting contributions from a large group of people, and especially from an online community, rather than from traditional employees or suppliers. I attended a Webinar yesterday where Guy Kawasaki, co-author of APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur spoke about his success […]
OK, let’s get real here. Errors happen. No matter how much you have perfected your writing skills, the possibility of error still exists. However, I am seeing more and more careless errors, especially in Facebook posts and emails. Are we really in that much of a hurry? Or are we getting lazy? Or doesn’t anybody […]
How do you proofread your work?
I finished the first draft of my new book, “Create and Deliver Your Own Online Course” about a week ago and let it sit while I started working on some other writing projects. This morning I got it out, thinking I would do a quick run-through before sending it off to Lulu for self-publishing. It […]