Did you know a lot of grammar rules are actually rather arbitrary? Here are six of those “rules” this particular copy editor wants you to rethink.
A common piece of advice writers get is to ditch the adverbs in their projects. But is that right?
I think that when a lot of writers decide to write a children’s picture book, they immediately believe it has to rhyme. But does it actually?
Gonna get real with you here today: imposter syndrome is hitting hard.
A lot of poets out there may ask themselves, “How can I engage my readers?” There are plenty of ways to go about this, but there are three I always advocate for.
What’s the rule of thumb when it comes to using “that” or “which”?
I was browsing through some of the most asked questions about poetry editing recently, and this one came up: What do poetry editors do? Well, it depends.
What exactly are some of the differences between three of the youngest kidlit categories?
Check out these fifteen spring-themed writing prompts! Whether you write poetry or children’s picture books – or something else entirely! – I hope these ideas provide a creative springboard.
Something people often search for when seeking out an editor are standard editing rates or how much a given editor charges. But you might not always find an answer.