You wrote a great story. You described the characters, set the stage, electrified the events, accomplished all the tasks you know are necessary to make your manuscript shine. But what about those annoying mistakes that hide in your blind spots? How do you eliminate unconscious habits that leak the life out of your brilliant stories?
I’ll be answering these questions and more when I give my talk, Electronic Editing, for the Ancient City Chapter of the Florida Writers Association at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, December 19th at the St. Augustine Main Library, located at 1960 N. Ponce De Leon Blvd. In this workshop, discover a variety of free or inexpensive electronic tools designed to root out typos, overused words and phrases, redundant sentence structures, and a variety of other oversights that dull the shine of your fabulous stories. Workshop material applies to all writing genres even business, legal, and academic writing. All are welcome!