When readers encounter the same word too many times, it becomes distracting and takes away from the impact of the story. It can also create a sense of laziness on the part of the writer, who is relying on the same words.
Category Archives: Editing
3 Mistakes to Avoid When Getting Your Manuscript Edited.
Every writer wants to perfect their manuscript before getting it published. However, there are 3 mistakes writers can make when getting their book edited which can cost time and money to fix:
Alive, Well and Still Writing
It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything on my website… However, I’m alive, well, and still writing and editing. I’ll be sharing more tips on writing soon. I do post more frequently on my social media accounts – Twitter, Instagram, and Pinterest, so please feel free to follow me on them.
Other Words For Said and Replied
Said and replied are common words used when writing dialogue in a story. They’re important to have, but you don’t need to use them every single time a character speaks. If there are two characters having a conversation, you may go without “said” or “replied”.
3 Points to Improve the Chance of Getting a Manuscript Published.
Are you about to start writing or well into writing your manuscript? Consider the following points if you haven’t already: