What is a style sheet? And why use one? A style sheet is a document editors and authors use to record all the style decisions they make for a particular manuscript, often different from those found in a style manual or in-house style guide. They inform the author and editor about spelling choices, punctuation, numbers/dates,Continue reading “4 Reasons to use a style sheet . . .”
A Review of A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them Pronouns by Archie Bongiovanni & Tristan Jimerson “. . . we’re trying to create an environment where all are welcome in our lives and spaces . . . and this will eventually become the norm.” — from A Quick & Easy Guide to They/Them PronounsContinue reading “Consider gender-neutral pronouns . . .”
Don’t leave your manuscript without style . . . at least put some “clothes” on it! I receive a lot of manuscripts from self-published authors that have been manually formatted. That is, the manuscript is littered with unnecessary extra returns, spaces, tabs, etc., all used in an attempt to format. If you want your bookContinue reading “Why are styles in Microsoft Word important?”
I did not edit the book in this image. The book was published by Random House, but I posted it here because it is a pretty awesome book cover. I know that for self-publishers, coming up with a cover image for your book may be difficult and expensive. But just a stroll through your localContinue reading “I am a reader, and I judge a book by its cover.”
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