How (and why) I developed a digital tool for my freelance clients—and then gave it away for free

My blog post, published on The Editors’ Weekly, discusses how I developed writingwellishard.com for academic writers, and how launching it for free benefited my business. Read: “How (and why) I developed a digital tool for my freelance clients—and then gave it away for free.“

Reflections on kindness from early-career editors

My blog post, published on The Editors’ Weekly, explores the question: how might kindness be part of the editor’s career? This piece delves into a thought-provoking reflection by student editor Madison Taylor, who argues that editing itself can be an act of radical kindness that kindles inclusivity. Read: “Reflections on kindness from early-career editors.“

The Editors’ Weekly: The ethics of online portfolios

Every once in a while, I write a blog post for The Editors’ Weekly, the official blog of Editors Canada. This piece investigates the ethical controversies around portfolios and explores how to establish credibility without showing actual client work: “The ethics of online portfolios: How should editors showcase their skills and experience?” Have a questionContinue reading “The Editors’ Weekly: The ethics of online portfolios”