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Susan Mary Malone

  • Joined:
    2013-02-23
  • Total Articles:
    6
  • Location:
    United States Of America

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MaloneEditorial.com: Should Your Book Editor Be An Author?

Do book editors have to be authors themselves to successfully edit? It depends upon what sort of editing we’re talking about. For copyeditors and proofers, no.
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MaloneEditorial.com: The Craft Of Writing

I’m not a big proponent of books on writing. I know, I know, lots of folks swear by them. From the old Strunk & White to Julie Cameron’s inspirational works and everything in between.
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MaloneEditorial.com: 5 Tips To Avoid Crossing Writing-Genres

Traditional publishing is rigidly structured. No news flash there! But the stratification and specs of categories often bumfuzzle writers.
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    Nov 20, 2013
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MaloneEditorial.com: Four Writing-Conflict Exercises, Scenes

Okay, so you’ve effectively set the scene, and are ready to really dive into the conflict. But what actually is conflict in a scene? And how do you write it effectively?
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    Oct 22, 2013
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MaloneEditorial.com: Where New Writers Fail

Publishing’s brave new world has dawned. Once upon a time, in the ancient days of yore, getting a book published was what amounted to a lifetime undertaking. Those days of course are over.
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    Apr 23, 2013
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MaloneEditorial.com: 5 Things That Make A Book Compelling

It’s funny what draws us to a book. What causes one to take hold of us, to think about long after turning the final page. The characters, the story, the voice; that unique something.
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    Mar 18, 2013
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