A Word from the Editor

Editing is a practical process — following rules that are universal, logical, orderly, and sequential — but it is also an engaging and gratifying vocation. Editors are language-sensitive, and we also pay close attention to your voice, always aiming to fine-tune your message and refine the resulting perception of who you are. We want to do more than make it right; we want to make it shine with polished, professional language and to reflect and enhance your written image and your writing style.

I see this blog as a chance to hear what you may have come to believe or understand about editing, how it has helped (or not!) and to ask and answer questions like, “Do I need an editor?” and “What do editors do?” Or even, “Does sentence length matter?”

Words for today: Making the world a better place, one document at a time…

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