Repeat visitors to my website and regular readers of this blog may have noticed a change recently. Yes – I have a brand new logo and a bright new orange colour scheme! In this blog, I’ll explain some of my reasons for this, my experiences of rebranding and why I think I was at the right stage to do it.
When it comes to writing about sex, sexuality and gender, there are some easily confusable terms. This is the first in short series of blog posts looking at those easily confusable terms to help writers, editors and proofreaders understand the differences.
This blog post looks at the pronoun “they” when used in the singular.
Are you an editor or proofreader that needs resources for editing and proofreading LGBTQ+ content? Then here’s some books and websites that you might find helpful!
What is authenticity reading? What is an authenticity reader? Why is important and who needs one? This blog post will look at my services as an authenticity reader of LGBTQ+ content, although you can, of course, find authenticity readers for all sorts of other content too.
Anyone can be an editor. Anyone can be a proofreader. That’s why you need to check carefully to see if your chosen editor or proofreader has undertaken training.
It’s a new year so, of course, it’s time for the obligatory new year’s resolutions blog post. The past year has been fraught with difficulties, as we continue to navigate our way through lockdowns, restrictions and working from home (oh, wait, I do that anyway!).
Finished your first draft? Second? Third? Wherever you are in the editing process, here are 10 things you need to consider.
Anyone who has spent time around a word processor will know that computers are good at picking up on a few, obvious spelling errors. But can a computer replace a human editor?