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4 Levels of Editing and Their Pricing Explained

Editing is a process involving various levels. While the editing terms can change from editor to editor, editing is essentially broken down into four levels. This article will help you make an informed decision on the levels of editing you need, regardless of the term being used, and what to budget for your project.

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Effective Transitions that Aid Your Reader’s Comprehension

When writing an essay or a nonfiction book, you need to have transitions connecting your topics together. This blog post describes how to do that in easy to follow steps, and then provides examples from essays and nonfiction books. As a student, if you struggle with organization, this lesson can help you. As an author, checking your transitions is something you can do during your self-editing process.

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3 Components to Writing an Effective Thesis Statement

All academic essays require a thesis statement. So what is a pesky thesis statement, and how do you write one anyway? Learn the three components to writing an effective thesis statement.  The first one will save your teacher’s sanity, and trust me, you want a sane teacher!

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Learn the Difference between “Good” and “Well”

Seriously, guys! This is both my pet peeve and my legacy. Before I die, I want to see more people using these terms correctly. Now I am not one of those crazy people who goes around correcting people—unless you’re my mom, husband, or child—but I mentally correct people all the time. Forget world peace, let’s focus on “good” and “well.” Just kidding!

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