By Carolyn Howard-Johnson
This pamphlet is only around fifty pages, but filled with an assemblage of word trippers written in a conversational style that will help writers from aspiring to seasoned with their copy.
The best way to appear amateurish as writers is to make simple word usage errors. There are homophone words that writers should know the difference, and which one of them to use in their copy. Some of the most common errors found in editing by author, and editor, Carolyn Howard-Johnson lists in “Great Little Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers.”
This reviewer found this pamphlet to be inspirational and a brush up for any writer. Any time a writer submits copy not up to professional standards there is a gatekeeper who will bounce it. Reading this pamphlet can save writers the embarrassment of receiving a rejection slip for poor writing.
“Great Little Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers” is a postscript to Carolyn’s book, “The Frugal Editor.” No writer is a consummate writer in every sentence and word choice. Writers can only strive for perfection, but not consumed by it.
This reviewer found this small pamphlet chock full of useful information for all writers. “Great Little Last-Minute Editing Tips for Writers” receives a five star rating by this reviewer.
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