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New Breakfast Serial from Hallard Press Herman Melville did it. So did Henry James. And Harriet Beecher Stowe, too. Story and book serialization was very popular during the late 1800s as magazines flourished and American literacy surged. Now Hallard Press is bringing it back on Fridays with their online Breakfast Serial. In publishing, serialization means …

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Chicago Manual of Style, Merriam-Webster, and Style Sheets

All part of the Hallard Press proofreading process. But what about Grammarly? “Editing” is a nebulous term authors keep hearing and that often means whatever you want it to mean. Depending on whom you consult, the definitions vary considerably. Authors also keep hearing about the critical nature of the editing process. “Behind every great writer …

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Library of Congress

Millions of Free Images and Illustrations You’re a writer. Looking for an image, an illustration, a graphic that will illuminate your prose. You have the choice of the usual contemporary online stock image companies that might work. Of course, there’s a cost for licensing and maybe even usage restrictions. There is another source, often overlooked, …

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