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Divas Recommend: Wikipedia is Not the Bible By Lauren Schmelz It was really hard to narrow down my list of favorite articles by Diva Lauren because she writes with a snarky intelligence that I just love. But as a copy editor, one of my responsibilities has historically been verifying research, so this article, Wikipedia is Not the Bible, hit home for me. No, she’s not bashing...

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Happy New Year! The Divas wish you and yours a most glorious coming year. May peace and safety reign in your homes, now and always. ~The Divas     


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Divas Recommend: Writing What You Know by Jen Matera   I can never get enough of reading Diva Jen’s articles. Not only does she balance a clever wit with the tone of the pieces but she is incredibly informative at the same time. Her article Writing What You Know is one of those articles you need to bookmark and come back to. Check it out and...

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Divas Recommend: Become the Boss of Your Writing by Janine Savage I’m the boss; you’re the boss. In this culture it seems we are so concerned about who the boss is, from little kids playing king of the hill, to that new employee down at the local factory. But when it comes to your writing, who is the boss? You? Your editor? Your best friend’s...

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Divas Recommend: Issues with the First Person Perspective by Shay Goodman I have a love-hate relationship with first person perspective, partly because of the issues I see when editing and partly because I find it too restrictive. Granted second person, third person, alternating, and omniscient perspectives have their fair share of writing issues too. So what’s an author to do if they love first person...

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For the next two weeks, the Divas are going to break from our regularly scheduled programming by opening the vault of our past articles and recommending our favorite articles by the Divas. We hope you experience all the joys (and none of the annoys) of the holiday season and our favorite articles from Write Divas! Divas Recommend: It Takes a Village to Publish a Book...

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