I really liked this post about editing. it actually helped me realize some things that I could do to better help my own edits. Plus, since I frequently edit others works (friends online and off) plus my own, its intriguing to see how others do the same. As much as I love writing, I seem to find myself loving to edit as well. As a writer, I’d like to think that enjoying both is a part of the whole scheme of being amazing at what I do.
I really enjoyed this post, since it maps out an illustrators journey to get the correct picture/sketch for the finished project. Looking though all the photos, I have to admire the creativity of the illustrator. This definitely displays how it takes both illustrator and author to create a wonderful picture book.
This post is extremely helpful. I’ve heard of there being false agencies, but I was never certain how to find them, or what site to look to that would be creditable in its findings of bad agencies. Well, Editorial Anonymous answers these questions. Though, I have to wonder at the writer that asked the question. I would hope that someone would try to look up the people that they are giving their works to instead of just eagerly handing over their sweat, blood, and tears. But I can also understand the eagerness in which one would be persuaded into doing so. It doesn’t take much to try to scam an over-eager writer to handing over their work with the promise of it being published.