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Month: February 2015

When You Can’t Afford an Editor for Your Academic Writing

By Shannon Wilkins Writers reach out to editors when they realize that their eye for errors has limitations. When writers have been working on a document for days, weeks, or even a year or more, they can become so close to the words that they don’t see the flaws that can be so glaring to a …

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In It to Win It

Rita A. Jonathan, Ph.D. DissertationAdvisors.com | DissertationWriting.com   One of the perks of a past administrative position I held was a recurring opportunity to meet with learners who were just beginning the dissertation process. The doctoral candidates I addressed were about to discover first-hand that writing a dissertation requires a sustained and solitary effort, unlike …

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Three Types of Writers’ Conferences

Theodora Bryant Developmental Book Editing Services | Book Editing Associates There are three types of writers’ conferences: Retreats, where you as the writer have personal time with successful, seasoned, professional authors who are experts in particular fields, who coach you on how to write. These are usually small affairs set in inspirational environments designed to put …

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