Technical decisions about blogging

Blogging is easy once you get started, but after you decide to start a blog and you have an idea about what you want it to do for you, you do need to make two decisions before you can start.  Don’t panic, though, or let the decisions intimidate you or scare you away!  Instead, let … continue reading

One more chore off my lists!

So, I’ve finally finished updating my new website, and this is it!  After two life-changing decisions—moving to Raleigh in January to return to work at the state Museum of History and deciding to re-establish my editorial services business—several lists of chores followed.  Getting a website back online was near the top, of course, but it … continue reading

A new service for clients of the-freelance-editor

As of this morning, the-freelance-editor was approved for live consultations through the Live Person “world of experts.” As of this afternoon, links have been added from each of the contact pages on the network sites that have been updated:

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Four of six specialty sites complete!

This past week saw the relaunch of our museum services Web site, theMuseumsEditor.com (which was formerly anEditorForMuseums.com).

Providing editorial services for museums, historical societies, and archives is among the most specialized of our freelance editing gigs. In serving these audiences, we work with archival collections, large and small; community libraries; historical societies and historical associations … continue reading