Words to live (and write, and edit) by:
"An author merely begins a book. A reader finishes it."
"Don’t tell me that the moon is shining; Show me the glint of light on broken glass."
-attributed to Anton Checkhov
“I have been correcting the proofs of my poems. In the morning, after hard work, I took a comma out of one sentence…. In the afternoon I put it back again.”
Author Archives: Ex Libris Editing
Full name: Megan Huddleston Where did you attend undergrad and what degree did you receive? I went to the University of Oregon and graduated with a BA in English and Political Science and a minor in French. When will … Continue reading
Hello, all! Thank you to everyone for bearing with me during the last half of 2018. After about six months of work and remodeling insanity, my schedule has finally returned to “normal,” and I no longer feel as though I am … Continue reading
Hi, all. This is just a quick post to let everyone know that I will not be taking on new clients for the foreseeable future, and I have taken down the quote request form for now. Before anyone jumps to … Continue reading
When it’s finally time to sit down and write your next best seller, remember that engaging and realistic characters are a crucial component of a successful manuscript. Characters must come to life and help create a sense of reality that … Continue reading
This year’s Write to Publish conference was held on April 21st and was nothing short of a success. On a rare (for April) sunny and 75 degree day, attendees gathered from all over the Pacific Northwest in order to engage … Continue reading
National Independent Bookstore Day honors the amazing shops that have made it possible for us to aimlessly peruse their shelves in a peaceful space. More often than not, these delightful and unique shops have been started by passionate readers or … Continue reading