Why you should tighten your writing

Why you should tighten your writing

We all know people who talk too much, rambling on and on and repeating themselves until we could scream. They probably write the same way, using way too many words to get their point across. Don’t be them when you write. Instead, practice cutting out words that will slow your readers down and may even… Continue Reading

Cookies ‘N Coaching

Cookies ‘N Coaching

Isolation is both best friend and worst enemy to a writer. Writers need solitude to be productive, but too much solitude makes them admire their texts instead of going the distance to revise their drafts. So, at some point, even good writers need to be coached on their writing. In our culture, we’re more familiar… Continue Reading

The reader is always right!

The reader is always right!

I recently sent a document out for review; I had designed and created it to be a series of alphabetical listings. One reviewer asked for a table of contents. I couldn’t figure that out, as A, B, C, D seemed pretty easy to navigate to me. I asked her why she thought a TOC would… Continue Reading

Do I need a writing coach or an editor?

Do I need a writing coach or an editor?

Well, it depends…let’s define the two activities and you can decide! What a writing coach does A coach (who also may be called a tutor) assesses your skill level in a certain type of activity and helps you raise your performance to another level. For example, I have a business coach, Michael Sunnarborg, who helps… Continue Reading