Self-Editing Discussion with a Pro

by Darlyn Finch Kuhn on July 7, 2015

Teresa TL Bruce

You’ve written (or are writing) a story. Congratulations!

 

Now what?

 

Before you publish or submit your work, make sure it’s as polished as possible. Editing is essential, but use your own red pen before hiring an editor. Investing time and effort in self-editing will save you money in future costs (and it’ll save your future editor’s sanity, too).

 

Thursday, July 9, Teresa TL Bruce will lead the FWA Maitland Writers Group in a discussion of self-editing, including general guidelines and specific steps. Join us in the Maitland Library (501 Maitland Avenue South, Maitland) at 6:30 p.m.

 

Teresa TL Bruce is a proofreading, ghostwriting freelance editor who burrows into stories as much for work as for fun. Her published words appear in Chicken Soup for the Soul: Think Positive for Kids, the Florida Writers Association’s annual Collections (volumes 3 – 6), and the College Park Community Paper. She was a finalist in NYC Midnight’s 2014 Flash Fiction Challenge, and in 2013 Segullah awarded an honorable mention to her “Eggplant Elegy.” Teresa’s website advises “What to Say When Someone Dies” (and what not to say) on TealAshes.com.

 

Teresa Bruce Writing Services LLC proofing, editing, writing

writeTLBruce@gmail.com P.O. Box 540173, Orlando, FL 32854-0173

407-617-8011 @TealAshesTBruce  www.facebook.com/TealAshesbyTeresaBruce

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