Thursday, May 30, 2013

Making New Writerly Friends

As people who know me and some clients can attest to, I can't help myself when encountering typos on websites - a habit of my profession as an editor for WAKE Editing. Whenever I came across a great new author site by J. C. Michael, I couldn't help myself again. There were a few typos here and there, nothing overwhelming though. However, the perfectionist in me had to reach out. James was very appreciative and after integrating the editing comments even asked to do a blog post on Salvation.

Thanks, James! And congratulations on getting published with Books of the Dead Press.

So check out his new site for his thrilling novel Discoredia. It's certainly on my list to be read.

Weston Kincade ~ Author of the Altered Realities series, A Life of Death collection of novels, and Strange Circumstances


  1. Making New Writerly Friends is interesting topic. Thanks Weston Kincade for this post. I have read your post. I have a request. I need helpful link about english editing service.

  2. I also agree with nancy. f you want to go toward perfectionist make friends whose company is good fro you specially be a friend of any writer. The professional essay proofreading is available but still a writer can help you a lot in this task.


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