Developmental editing provides feedback about the structure, organization, narrative, argument, evidence, and so forth about your article or book.
I’ve used a variety of editing tools over the past four years and found that each can perform a different function.
Professors love to write letters for their favorite students.
All about your energy envelopes.
It is important to not let scarcity stop you from asking for support to complete your scholarly work.
Change your life.
How the undermining effect impacts your writing process.
The shadow writing space before you stepped in the door.
Take heart, tender soul.
How to overcome defensive prose.
Why professors should consider independent publishing.
Embrace your unicorn status.
It’s not either / or. You need to know when to use each technique.
How do we move forward, especially when reviewer comments are harsh or even spiteful?
The Pi Rule and other delicious tools.