Open Book Blog Hop – 19th September   Leave a comment

Stevie Turner

This week we’re supposed to interview our editor, but I have a problem with that…I edit my own books!  However, I’ve been told that I can write about things I commonly see that I would like to correct, or alternatively I can write about my editing process.

I was a medical secretary for 13 years before taking early retirement, and so am used to typing accurately for GP’s. Sometimes I even had to type as doctors were speaking if they had an urgent letter to dictate.  Sloppy grammar or spelling would have meant me losing my job!

When writing novels, I just type a chapter, read through it to check there are no typos, and then carry on to the next chapter.  When I’ve finished a book I read it through again just to make sure, and run the spell checker.  My publisher Creativia sent me an email recently to let me know…

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Posted September 20, 2016 by aurorawatcherak in Uncategorized

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