Tag Archives: Editors’ Bible

Getting the Hang of Dialogue Punctuation – Part 2

Last week, we discussed how to use dialogue punctuation correctly. This week, we’re sharing an extract from the Editors’ Bible dealing with internal dialogue (thoughts). I hope many of you find this information useful and use it to improve the … Continue reading

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Balancing Narrative & Dialogue

There’s no rule that says you have to have a certain amount of dialogue versus a certain amount of narrative. However, it’s good to have a balance. If a book contains mostly narrative, it’ll be harder to move the story … Continue reading

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New Releases & September Specials

We’re pleased to announce that The Better Writing Guide and Editors’ Bible are now available for purchase via our Smashwords page. If you find these guides helpful, please don’t forget to leave a short review. Happy writing! To thank you … Continue reading

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Tips for a Faster Self-Edit & Cheaper Professional Edit

Doing a good editing job is time consuming, as all editors and many authors know. However, what many authors may not consider is that, the better your self-edit is, the less you’re likely to pay for a professional edit. It … Continue reading

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