In short, it's tough. Really tough. Because of my health risks, I've been at home for a while now. It's difficult not to be distracted by articles of people blatantly ignoring the mandates to stay home. Even to this day, some people are just not understanding how important it is to flatten that curve. COVID-19… Continue reading Being Productive During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Looks like 2020 is off to a flying start!
Wow, it's only February 5, and this year is already off and running. In January, Cait edited the second book from author Michele Sabad. First We Eat is a charming food-based memoir (but don't ask for "real" recipes), and it should be available in March 2020. You can follow Michele's blog for more information. We… Continue reading Looks like 2020 is off to a flying start!
Where did I go in 2019? Well, I’ll tell you!
Whew! It's now 2020, and I'm back to my regularly scheduled program as a freelance editor. But where the heck was I for most of 2019? Assigned to an amazing project! In 2017, I pitched an idea to the Director of Renaissance press about an anthology where all the authors would be disabled, in order… Continue reading Where did I go in 2019? Well, I’ll tell you!
A few words about using the singular they…
We will respect your gender and your pronoun. That's it. No argument or debate from us. Cheers! Cait Gordon Cait Gordon is Madam President of Dynamic Canvas Inc. She is also the author of Life in the ’Cosm and The Stealth Lovers (2019). When Cait’s not writing, she’s editing manuscripts and running The Spoonie Authors Network, a blog whose contributors… Continue reading A few words about using the singular they…
Editors aren’t your friends. That’s a good thing.
What makes me laugh about the title of this article is that I am friends with many of my clients. However, when I'm editing their work, I put away my friendship hat and don my editor's cap. Once my red computer glasses go on, I'm all about making things professional. While it's great to have… Continue reading Editors aren’t your friends. That’s a good thing.