Here are a few spelling tips, excerpts from my book Proofreading Secrets of Best-Selling Authors: An “aisle” is a passage. (“We met in the grocery store aisle.”) An “isle” is an island. “airfare” is one word. “brussels sprouts” (not “brussel sprouts” or “Brussels sprouts”).
Here is an excerpt from my book Proofreading Secrets of Best-Selling Authors: Punctuation, Usage, Grammar, and Spelling: more than vs. over More than is used with figures.
I know I’m behind the times here, but this is my very first blog. I’m sure I’ll learn as I go, but if you have any suggestions for what you’d like to see here, please let me know! Kathy
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I have ghostwritten/collaborated on the following books: Designing Dynamic Stepfamiliies (study guide authored by a husband and wife who are psychologists) Designing Dynamic Christian Stepfamiliies (companion study guide) Personal experience story about a woman who contracted a serious environmental illness Self-help book for women who were abused as children Doctrinal book about the apocalypse Sequel […]
Ghostwriting/CollaboratingGot an idea for a book, but don’t want to go to all the time, trouble, and expense of learning how to write professionally? I can help you: get your thoughts on paper organize your material categorize your book concept identify target readership get the manuscript written edit, proofread, and polish determine which publishing options […]