The Divas Recommend: How to (Almost) Instantly Improve Your Writing by Candace Johnson 

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The Divas Recommend: How to (Almost) Instantly Improve Your Writing by Candace Johnson 

Hello Diva followers! On this week’s The Divas Recommend, we bring you the fabulous blog Change It Up Editing, run by editor Candace Johnson. Change It Up Editing…

I’m traveling this weekend and have limited access to the Internet, and imagine my surprise to find The Write Divas reposted my blog with money-saving editing tips! I hope you’ll check out their blog–they also share great editing ideas, writing prompts, and other great content.

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Candace Johnson is a professional freelance editor, proofreader, writer, ghostwriter, and writing coach who has worked with traditional publishers, self-published authors, and independent book packagers on nonfiction subjects ranging from memoirs to alternative medical treatments to self-help, and on fiction ranging from romance to paranormal. As an editorial specialist, Candace is passionate about offering her clients the opportunity to take their work to the next level. She believes in maintaining an author’s unique voice while helping him or her create and polish every sentence to make it the best it can be. Learn more here.

2 thoughts on “The Divas Recommend: How to (Almost) Instantly Improve Your Writing by Candace Johnson ”

  1. I tried to comment on the Divas blog yesterday, but I given an error message several times. That was a great post, full of beneficial advice. I have a printed copy in my reference notebook. Thanks, Candace!

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