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What I’m going for is maximum clarity and the least amount of grit, and I felt that putting that in there added grit, so I just took it out.
This week show is part two of our line editing challenge. A long time listener, who we’re calling Bob, sent in some material. But instead of offering corrections, Taylor spent last week explaining what could be corrected and assigning the task to us. This week, she shows us how she’d make changes to the material. To get maximum value from this episode, we’d recommend downloading both documents so you can read along while Taylor teaches.
This week’s download with Taylors Revisions
Last week’s – Download Bob’s story with Taylor’s notes here.
(Note – Taylor’s notes are only viewable in the Word Document itself, not through Google Docs)
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