Everybody Needs An Editor — FiftyFourandAHalf

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7 thoughts on “Everybody Needs An Editor — FiftyFourandAHalf”

  1. Hi. I’m Elyse, the author of “Everybody Needs An Editor” on my blog, FiftyFourAndAHalf.com. — the post excerpted at Arrowhead Freelance and Publishing.

    My post recommended the services of someone I personally know who is an excellent editor, Karen Kingsley, of Kingsley Ink (http://www.kingsleyink.com/).

    While I appreciate the fact that the folks at Arrowhead agreed with the sentiments expressed, that everybody needs an editor, after discussion with them, they have taken it down. They couldn’t vouch for the editor I recommended, and thought that they should just cut out that information.

    Your reblog of the piece goes to their excerpt, which is no longer valid. Here is the correct link:
    https://fiftyfourandahalf.com/2017/01/02/everybody-needs-an-editor/

    Thanks, and I’m glad you liked it and am sorry for the misunderstanding.

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