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  • ...ch to accommodate a global market for my business writings, I am mindful that I may need to pay much closer attention to my writing style and the wording used for my non-fiction book,...
  • ...e up hope.  If you've notified the agent that someone else wants to read it, you've done your duty and can begin to send it out again. Here's the wording that a published author sugge...
  • ...have more than one.  In my local group, I can rely on one reader for story structure analysis, another for characterization, a third for flow of wording.  I myself tend to read for t...

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    ...mother saying, “Nakupenda mtoto wangu,” your neighbor said, “Dore uko gisa.” You learned both the languages, more often than not, the exact same wording. “I love you my child. Look h...

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  • Very nice.  Great job.  The wording of presumed told me he might not be dead yet??  And although that remark might make you go crush your toothpaste tube over and over...I havent yet...
  • I think this is my biggest fear whenever I think of publishing, that I won't be able to afford a proper editor.  x_x;;;  Or that I'll get impatient, publish without an editor, and then watch my book bomb because the language or wording is far too confusing!  
  • ...one, then you can refine it at your leisure. If you can afford it, it is nice to have a good editor who can point out mistakes and suggest better wording. It's always a good idea to h...