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The art of the rag

originally posted August 17, 2013May 2021: reformatted; some text revised as needed I don’t know if that raised your eyebrows or not, but unless you are an instructional designer you may not have known what “the rag” is. In simple terms, in publishing, the rag is the uneven, or ragged, edge of a block of…

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You just never know . . .

originally posted March 2, 2013May 2021: reformatted; one link deleted; no text revisions You wouldn’t know it to look at me, but the-freelance-editor is once again located in Raleigh, North Carolina!  No; I never thought I would be back, either (I never even thought I would leave Orlando), but when a good opportunity knocked I…

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The top ten mistakes authors make, new or not!: from getting-published.com

originally posted November 2, 2012May 2021: reformatted; one link updated; some text revised as needed Off the bat, let me warn you that I do not endorse the Getting-Published.com website, or the related BooksToBelieveIn.com website, or any of the products and services mentioned there, because I do not know anything about them; however, I present…

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