Tag Archives: co-writing

Putting the “Co” in Co-Editing, by Char Chaffin and Cheryl Yeko

Anyone who co-works a project with someone knows there are rewards as well as problems in the process. Differing opinions, opposing work ethic, power struggles, etc., those stumbling blocks are all real and frustrating. On the reward side: satisfaction for … Continue reading

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That Dreaded “E” Word – Editing by Tina Susedik

Each year I sign up at my grandchildren’s school to volunteer in their classrooms. Some years I read to groups of children or help students with their sight words. This year, when my second-grade granddaughter’s teacher found out I was … Continue reading

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                                                                    by Karen E. Rigley Writing can be lonely and isolate you, so it’s a treat to write with others. Co-writing means someone to brainstorm with you, a partner to share the load, who adds depth and speed; maybe a … Continue reading

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