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Category Archives: editing and proofreading

Five cookbooks edited by Susie Stevens

Some cookbooks I have edited

Over the past few years my contract editing work at New Holland Publishers has seen me working as a project editor on many different non-fiction genres including cookbooks. What a delight. I get to work with some of the best chefs in Australia, such as Frank Shek from China Doll restaurant in Woolloomooloo Sydney, Anna Lisle,

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How to write a newsletter that people will read

Regularly-sent well-designed and well-presented newsletters are an important strategy for any organisation wanting to keep in touch with its stakeholders. These days many newsletters are sent via enews programs. Others are sent in the traditional print format. Whichever delivery method you choose, to make sure your newsletter is received well – and read – consider

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What is a style guide and do I need one?

A style guide is a resource that helps anyone producing written text to maintain consistent styles for print and online publishing. A style guide outlines writing standards for structure, language, grammar and word use, spelling, capitalisation, punctuation, use of italics, numbers, lists, tables and other elements of writing so that your written communications has consistency

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Non-fiction book editing

Finding an experienced non-fiction book editor just got a lot easier. Susie Stevens has worked in publishing for over 25 years and has extensive experience editing non-fiction and educational books. One of the most important things a writer can do is to  find the right editor to help with the structural elements of the book:

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Educational editing experience

As an accredited editor with 20 years experience in education resources and text book editing, Susie Stevens has worked across all the educational sectors: tertiary, business training and development programs, secondary school materials and primary resources. University educational resources My work at university encompasses my own university career and working for others in the university

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Academic paper editing by a professional editor

Dr Susie Stevens was awarded her PhD from Sydney University, Australia in 2005 after 20 years experience in academic writing and editing. This means for your academic paper, you get an editor/proofreader who knows what is expected for academic writing and who can improve the standard of your academic paper. For example, making sure that

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How long to edit a thesis or academic paper?

Each thesis, assignment or academic treatise is different. To give an estimate of the time it takes to edit or proofread a thesis, freelance editor, Susie Stevens would need to view the work. This also allows Susie to make an assessment of what is required: edit or proofread. Find out the difference between editing and

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What’s the difference between editing and proofreading?

Traditionally editing is a three-part process: structural (substantive) edit copy edit proofread. In a nutshell, the structural edit is done if the manuscript needs some serious work to knock it into shape. The copy edit is a line edit where the editor checks paragraphs and sentences, fixes grammar, spelling and punctuation. The proofread is the

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4 reasons you need a resumé editor

I bin all resumés with spelling errors. It’s one way I cull lots of resumés to get to those people who are serious about the job. That’s what we hear from many recruitment managers. Our resumé editing service can make the difference between you getting an interview or your resumé being relegated to the reject

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Using commas in sentences

The following writing tip will help students, writers and all content creators establish good writing skills. Using punctuation consistently across all your writing will improve the editorial quality of your work. Examples of using commas in sentences 1. Add commas for clarity and to distinguish elements of the sentence Determine, on the basis of the

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