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Congratulations and way to go Donna!!!
And thanks for always cheering me on Jodi!
Awesome! That is no small accomplishment! I can’t wait till I get to see your name on a real book.
Thanks Kristine. Me too. Me too…
i had a history teacher in high school who always corrected papers in olive green ink. He said it reminded him of gangrene.
Good luck with the editing.
Gangrene. I love it!
Woo! Best of luck.
So funny that Pamela mentioned green pen, because that’s what we use at work. In grad school, we were taught to use blue pencil, because it seems less aggressive than red–and writers usually don’t love the copyeditors to begin with, so why make it worse right off the bat.
Blue is supposed to be soothing, right? I think the red is probably easier to see – even if it is “bloody.”
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