You've arrived at our newest course! Each week a new lesson will be unlocked, every Thursday, from April 4th to April 25th.Editing is to writing what alterations are to the fashion world. It’s not the most glamorous part of the job, but everyone notices when there’s a wardrobe malfunction. If writing is your passion, your dream and your act of obedience, then making it presentable and readable is just as important as the act of writing. That’s where editing steps in. In this course, Glynnis Whitwer, the author of 10 books and Executive Director of Communications at Proverbs 31 Ministries, gives you a refresher on punctuation and grammar, teaches some tricks for making your writing more readable and helps you learn how to be the best self-editor you can be. After completing this course, be prepared to take your writing to the next level!
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How to Self-Edit
In this lesson, Glynnis Whitwer will give you a list of what to look for so you can edit your own work like a seasoned professional.
Punctuation Review: Part One
Here, Glynnis reviews six of the 14 common punctuation marks. After watching this lesson, you’ll feel confident in the order of question marks and quote marks and whether or not to put a comma before the “and” in a series.
Punctuation Review: Part Two
In this second-part, Glynnis reviews seven of the 14 common punctuation marks such as dashes, parentheses and ellipses. Be prepared for a practical lesson with immediate application to your writing.