Write well. Write often. Edit wisely.
The end of one year and the beginning of a new year are perfect times for looking back—to evaluate, to celebrate, to acknowledge—and for looking forward—to anticipate, to plan, to dream.
I thought I’d use this time of reflection to point out some of the articles at The Editor’s Blog. Articles you might have missed. Articles you might want to share with others. Articles that meant something special for me.
The most popular articles at The Editor’s Blog are—
More visitors to the blog come specifically for these articles than any others. Other articles may be more popular for a day or two, especially if they’re linked at Facebook or Twitter or on another blog (and thanks for all the links!), but these three articles are read day in and day out without fail.
Two other articles that get a lot of reads are—
Chances are that if you’re a regular visitor to the blog, you’ve already read these five. If not, you might want to visit them.
Articles I consider must-reads
While I write all my articles as a means of helping or encouraging either writers or editors, I do have a few I consider must-reads for either or both writers and editors. These include—
I could go on and on, but you can find the articles you need by searching the blog. These, however, are some you might want to visit or revisit.
Yes, I have favorite articles. The list is not always the same from day to day, but here are a few I think you’d enjoy—
I hope you enjoy each visit to The Editor’s Blog. I sometimes offer craft suggestions, sometimes offer encouragement. I hope both types of articles help you with your writing and/or editing career.
To search a list of all the articles, visit the Archives where articles are listed in alphabetical order.
I sincerely hope you made strides toward your writing goals last year and are encouraged to meet more of them in 2012.
I wish you good writing and great editing.
Write well. Write often. And edit wisely.