August 2015 | Urban Book Editor LLC

What Is a Developmental Edit? via Book Country Blog

Urban Book Editor | What Is a Developmental Edit? via Book Country Blog

How to Find an Editor as a Self-Published Author via Jane Friedman

Urban Book Editor | How to Find an Editor as a Self-Published Author via Jane Friedman

3 Ways Conscious Writing Puts You in Touch with Your True Self by Julia McCutchen

Urban Book Editor | Conscious writing helps us grow emotionally and spiritually via 3 Ways Conscious Writing Puts You in Touch with Your True Self

Tell Your Story Because Your Story Matters

Urban Book Editor | Tell Your Story Because Your Story Matters – Learn more about the Write Your Success Program and how you can share your story.

17 Great Short Novels You Can Read in a Sitting

This week author Ian McEwan expressed his love of short novels, saying “very few [long] novels earn their length.” Certainly it seems like a novel has to be a minimum of 500 pages to win a major li… Sourced through Scoop.it from: electricliterature.com Any list that includes Gabriel García Márquez gets…

How to Write a Journal for Your Grandchild – Next Avenue

Urban Book Editor | How to Write a Journal for Your Grandchild via Next Avenue – Guidance for starting your memoir project

5 Ways You’re Failing Your Readers

Urban Book Editor | 5 Ways You’re Failing Your Readers – What happens when the readers aren’t engaged? They put your book down and never pick it up again.

Forbidden Words: 10 Gorgeous Quotes From Banned Books

Urban Book Editor | Forbidden Words: 10 Gorgeous Quotes From Banned Books

Female Characters: 10 of the best uncompromising women in fiction

From Hermione Granger to Scarlett O’Hara to Dolores Claiborne, the strongest protagonists are a law unto themselves Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.theguardian.com Even if you don’t like the character or the book, you might admit that these are uncompromising female characters. See on Scoop.it – Writing and Editing

20 Words You’re Probably Misusing

Urban Book Editor | 20 Words You’re Probably Misusing via Coffeandbookaholics – “English vocabulary is full of pitfalls that you might not be aware of. Don’t let them trip you up.”