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Finally: The Critical Difference between Line Editing, Copy Editing, and Proofreading

A Definitive Guide for Authors and Editors

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Editors disagree about many of the finer points of their work such as whether to capitalize the word president (no, generally, but yes with President Lincoln), whether to spell out numbers (some styles say yes to every number lower than 10 or lower…




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Sandra Wendel

Sandra Wendel

A picky nonfiction editor who helps authors write, polish, and publish their books. Author: Cover to Cover: What First-Time Authors Need to Know about Editing.

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