Link of the Week – Freelance Editor

20140707_115906This week’s link is a Public Service Announcement.

So you think you’re ready for a freelance editor. I just so happen to know someone, someone with competitive pricing,  who tends to be a grammar fanatic, and who pays attention to important details. You know, those pesky plots points, GMC, POV slips, character arcs, dialogue, inconsistencies, story development, genre details, and the like. She’s also a kind cool, witty chick.  ME!

Check me out!

Jennifer Bray-Weber’s Editing and Critiquing

9 Responses to Link of the Week – Freelance Editor

  1. You’re busy with my manuscript right now!!…..get back to work! 🙂

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  2. jbrayweber says:

    Yes, ma’am! And it’s been a pleasure so far.

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  3. girldrinkdrunk says:

    A great idea and you have the chops to back it up!

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  4. jbrayweber says:

    Thanks! Been doing it for a couple of years, now, Kristen. And I’m currently taking new clients.

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  5. Hazel Finnegan says:

    Well, from the first sentence alone…

    “So you think *YOU’RE* ready for a freelance editor.”

    Sorry, but this editor needs an editor. 😦

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  6. jbrayweber says:

    Mea culpa, Hazel. Anyone who follows this blogs knows that the Link of the Week is a Tuesday feature. This post mistakenly went out on Monday before it’s regular schedule and before it was proofed. The error was corrected, but unfortunately, when working with WordPress, once it was out there in its original form, it was out there. It seems you had seen the unedited version of the post.

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  7. Ummmm. Hazel? ‘You’re’ IS correct in Jenn’s usage…. As in you are ready… Not your possessive….

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  8. girldrinkdrunk says:

    How exactly does one interpret an emoji within a post? Is it supposed to make the comment less mean or is it there for added emphasis?

    Tuesday Link Idea: Agent Do’s and Don’ts: The correct grammatical formatting for emojis.

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  9. jbrayweber says:

    A subject we should explore, Kristen.

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