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From our house to yours, we wish you a splendid holiday season! Thank you for your support of our small business, and may the coming year bring you good health … Continue reading
Do you have a Muse? Have you met your Muse? Where does your Muse live? Where can you find your Muse? Is thinking stopping you from writing your dream novel? This is … Continue reading
The internet is full of wrong information. Most of it is well-meaning but misguided rather than actively mendacious, and can therefore be safely ignored, even though it’s usually infuriating. However, … Continue reading
Reblogged from THE LITERARY MAN: Thx, Novel Matters.
We think this advice from Cristian Mihai is stellar. It addresses an element of the reader/writer relationship often neglected when processing criticism. “The thing is that, okay, you write a … Continue reading
****UPDATE: Goal Met! Thank you!**** http://www.daisybones.com/p/body-exhibit-thursday-july-19.html Longridge Editors LLC is pleased to have an ongoing partnership with artist Heidi Richardson Evans, a.k.a. daisybones. Ms. Evans consults on our projects, and recently … Continue reading
Kathryn Johnston interviews Jennifer Waggener for Longridge Editors LLC; together they explore questions about how this particular social medium benefits a literary mind and helps organize creativity: “Pinterest,” my friend … Continue reading
At Longridge Editors, we are filing this in our lessons learned in the first year of business category. “In the case of fiction, I think an author should provide an editor … Continue reading