3 Ways to Genuinely Engage Online

by Katey Schultz, Guest Contributor, Literary Stewardship Any writer who wants to grow an audience or build her online presence should start by studying sustainable and authentic marketing practices. As writers, conversations are the foundation of genuinely building...

Track Changes Tutorial

Through being an editor for more than twelve years, Laura Garwood has learned most of Microsoft Word the hard way. She is therefore quite good at helping with problems and mistakes without judgment.

5 Tips for Nursing a Sick Novel Back to Life

by Collaborative Editor Susan DeFreitas Writing a novel is a long process, and one that many people never finish. But say you have, finally—and instead of celebrating, you feel something more like a sense of dread. Why? Because you know something’s wrong with it. You...

Tracked: When Track Changes Drives You Bonkers

by Ali McCart When I first discovered Microsoft Word’s Track Changes feature, I was in my first week of grad school. The professor of my book editing class had handed out directions on how to turn on Track Changes, and I was eager to get home to my desktop computer to...