Editing is a tedious task, especially when dealing with similar phrases “compare with” and “compare to.” It’s time to clarify the confusion.
Grammar, spelling, usage, style—this section is all about the mechanics of language. Improve your writing and editing by reading on!
Style sheets are important tools for every copyeditor. Therefore, it’s content, organization, and format are key to the document fulfilling its purpose.
Though some editors are against the use of passive voice, there are many instances where this language style can benefit the written work.
Editing for harm in a written work can be a tricky process, so familiarizing yourself with conscious language is a great place to start.
Although the word “then” is often used as a coordinating conjunction, many editors still disagree on whether this is grammatically correct.
Identifying the author’s tone while editing is crucial. Luckily there are two important editor-friendly elements to help with this.
In addition to the editing they were hired for, copyeditors are tasked with maintaining and refining the author’s unique writing style.
Completing a large project can drain you of your creativity. Thankfully, there are many ways to relax and recharge your creative spark
How do you balance the needs of a diverse audience on religious topics? By respecting everyone.
Editing copy meant for a religious audience requires becoming familiar with the religion’s writing style.