Tag: editing

Economy Driven – cheapest isn’t always best

You’ve got a dilemma. You have a project, there’s a budget, it’s quite small, but you need the job doing properly. What do you do? Does this sound familiar… You get your copy written – a book (that took months of your life), a… Continue Reading “Economy Driven – cheapest isn’t always best”

The Editor and the Playwright

Attending an SCDA acting and directing workshop this weekend (and it was a rather fabulous one too, one that got me acting for the first time in years) gave me the idea for this week’s post. A post on the importance of editing for… Continue Reading “The Editor and the Playwright”

10 Reasons Your Business Needs An Editor

Does this sound familiar? Your business is up and running, you’ve put in more hours than you’d care to count, there’s been blood, sweat and tears but you’ve got there. It’s your baby and you want to watch it grow. Or perhaps you are… Continue Reading “10 Reasons Your Business Needs An Editor”