Category Archives: Editing Tip Wednesday

TED-Ed Blog- Be a Better Writer in 15 Minutes; 4 TED-Ed Lessons on Grammar and Word Choice- Editing Tip Wednesday


I absolutely love TED videos, so this was an obvious choice for today. I hope you guys find these as informative as I do. I think I will be relying on them quite often.

Writing Tips: Five Editing Principles- Editing Tip Wednesday


Another amazingly useful page.

200 Words Instead of ‘Said’- Editing Tip Wednesday

Have you ever read through a first draft and seen that you wrote ‘said’ WAY too many times. Well, check this out!!


Important Infrequently Used Words to Know- Editing Tip Wednesday



100 Ugly and Beautiful Words- Editing Tip Wednesday

Another post not geared directly towards editing, but these are some wonderful words.

6 Tips for Editing Your First Draft- Editing Tip Wednesday


Some great tips from AuthorHouse!

25 Editing Tips for Your Writer’s Toolbox- Editing Tip Wednesday



Writing Process: How to screw it up (Editing Tip Wednesday)


Listen, I know this is more of a Tuesday post, but your writing process does directly affect your editing. I will admit that I am very guilty of a few of these things, but I felt like they would be something to learn from. Another great page to bookmark!

Top 10 Book Editing Tips- Editing Tip Wednesday

I like finding tips, obviously, and some of these maybe repetitive, but editing is so important


Everyone loves a good life hack, why not a good writing hack? These tips are pretty informative.

Crossroads Holistic

A Place to Stop Along Your Path That You Can Call Home

Parenting PTSD

Parenting Children with PTSD


See: Beautiful, Elegant, Bold

Three Quarters & Counting

Everyday activities of blogger who (age wise) is "three quarters and counting."

Silver RavenWolf

Author Blog

Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author

A writer inspired by nature and human nature

Sue Vincent's Daily Echo

Echoes of Life, Love and Laughter

A Narcissist Writes Letters, To Himself

A Hopefully Formerly Depressed Human Vows To Practice Self-Approval

Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog


Jane Dougherty Writes

About fantastical places and other stuff

Blogging from your phone has never been so...full of typos?

Jordan's Croft

K. A. Jordan - Crofter & Novelist


My interviews with many authors

Amaranthine by Joleene Naylor

The world of the Amaranthine vampire series by Joleene Naylor

A Writer's Life For Me.

Blog of Author Mishka Jenkins


C.N. Lesley writes fantasy and science fiction books

E. J. Rycer

Follow an aspiring author on her literary journey!


Crescent Bound and More

patrick o'scheen

Patrick O'Scheen --author


Pre-publishing Services for eBooks and Print Publications


Author, Dragon Lover, Hopeless Dreamer

Espen Stenersrød- From Pen To Heart

Jack Kerouac with a scent of Henry Vaughn

Darker Passions

Reviews and more of PNR, UF, and darker things.

Random Musings of a Pseudo-Madman, Version 2.0

The sometimes insightful, but many times inane observations of a self-proclaimed Sh*thead living on one side of the proverbial wormhole of existence.

Jennifer's Blog

Just another weblog

Kanundra's Blog

Writing and life. Life and writing.

Writers with Vision

Author promotion blogsite

Shaven Wookiee



This site is the bee's knees

Wendy Nystrom

Life As A Published Author

Anna Kristell Romance

The Diva of Happily Ever After

Sophie E Tallis - Author/Illustrator

Home of the Mistress of Wolves: writing, publishing, fantasy, epic storytelling, art, illustration, poetry, creativity and everything in between!

Lisa V. Proulx, Author/Speaker

Official Website of Author Lisa V. Proulx

The Breezy Writer

This site is Winding down enjoy the free content while you can


Where does magic begin...and end?


The way revenge is best served; the way a war was fought; the way a story should be told. ©

Prescription For Murder


...And Everything in Between...

Welcome to the world of my Life, my Writing and Everything in Between...

Writings Of Miss Madison

Books thoughts and more

Allison Cosgrove

Author of Murder, Mayhem and Romance

Poetic Parfait

Good poetry is like a dessert you just can't put down

Suddenly they all died. The end.

Write or write not - there is no aspiring.


The online presence of dark fiction writer C.M. Saunders