I couldn’t have asked for a better post to reblog. Normally, I have others edit my stuff—perks of being raised around college professors. Even with an English degree, I write as if taking dictation so going back is always a good thing—especially now when I have to think in Elvish.

A Writer's Path

by Emily Nemchick

When you check your own manuscript for errors, you are probably looking for misspelled words, dodgy grammar, and the inevitable typos. Those are all things you need to correct—but you should also be aware of pesky consistency errors that are commonplace in poorly edited manuscripts.

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