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The Editing Process: How to Get Started

by • December 10, 2014

by Georganna Hancock, M.S. editor at A Writer’s Edge, and special guest in this week’s #GrammarlyChat When we speak of “editing” a manuscript, people generally have in mind copy or line editing. That concerns a variety of elements frequently labeled “grammar,” but in fact includes punctuation, capitalization, syntax and style matters. Large publishers offer several other types of editing but independent editors also provide them on a freelance basis. At The Bay Area Editors’ Forum, you can learn about the different types of editing and what each entails with definitions of… MORE →

The Book Lovers’ Holiday Gift Guide

by • December 03, 2014
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There’s nothing better than spending quality time with a great new book during the holidays. Of course, books also make for very affordable and thoughtful gifts. And we don’t know about you, but here at Grammarly, we’re starting to feel very warm and fuzzy. So, we’ve prepared… MORE →