Author Michael Russo on Being Edited
Michael Russo, author of Martin Barooshian: A Catalogue Raisonné of the Prints, 1948-1970, and I worked together to clarify and polish distinct aspects his brilliant retrospective on the artist who has been called “Pablo Picasso meets Stan Lee.” Aroian Editorial is pleased to publish Mike’s guest blog post. What Was I Thinking? It took me […]
Allow Your Sentences to Breathe — Period.
Part of my regular editorial feedback to authors invariably includes a word about letting sentences breathe. As our eyes sail across a page, gathering and comprehending the whole, our brains need that nanosecond to absorb order and meaning. Independent clauses provide good information, but too many in one sentence can overwhelm a reader. What English […]
“What’s My Motivation?” by Jill C. Baker, Sutherland Series Author
Aroian Editorial proudly publishes this guest post by Jill C. Baker, author of Tory Roof, finalist in the 2019 Independent Publishers of New England Book Awards. *** My family shares a joke that originated when our younger son was asked to mow the lawn. He turned to my husband and said, “What’s my motivation?” He wasn’t looking for […]