With today's finds, we're back to the fun and educational side of things, from book marketing on a budget to differentiating between types of editors. There's even a tech-based productivity hack that explains the cryptic title. Let’s dive in!Read More
This final Editorial Mistake concerns errors that happen on a line-by-line and sentence-by-sentence basis.
This is copyediting, which typically has a localized impact, if any, on the reader's experience. However, when copyediting errors are abundant in a manuscript, it can keep the reader from investing interest in the story at hand.Read More
Artificial Intelligence is doing some pretty impressive things right now, but there are very few programs that currently meet the expectations we have for a human editor.
Though many writers have sophisticated word processors, they may still make egregious spelling errors and grammatical mistakes, while overseen by the software. Moreover, these programs can’t yet catch continuity or fact-check errors on their own.Read More