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5 tips for editing your own work

photo of magnified eye5 tips for refreshing your editing eyes are covered in this episode, an adaptation of Adrienne’s post on copyediting.com. While originally written for editors, these tips can help writers editing their own writing too; they are ways to trick your eyes into seeing what is actually there rather than what your mind thinks should be there.

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What do you do to see the words anew? Leave your comments below, or join the discussion over on the Dameditors Facebook page.

 

Mentioned in this episode:

Original post: 5 Ways to Refocus Your Editing Eye

First and second episodes: Error Rates in Editing: What’s Your Save Percentage? and How many errors trigger a book reprint? (Spoilers: data shows 95% is the best humanly possible and, secondly, precious few.)

 

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Link to my Canadian, Eh? column on Copyediting.com

The image for this episode is by chrisbb, used under CC BY 2.0 license.

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