Romance editing is the topic of this episode — a very large market, if not the most lucrative, individually. Despite some breathlessness, it is entirely PG. So are the show notes. For more tips, watch for Wednesday’s post on Copyediting.com.
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What flubs do you watch for when editing romance stories? Know another surprising subgenre? (More surprising than dinosaur erotica?) Leave your comments below, or join the discussion over on Twitter.
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Resources for the romance editor:
- Goal, Motivation & Conflict by Debra Dixon
- Bird by Bird by Anne Lamott
- On Writing by Stephen King
Words often confused in romance:
- chaise lounge / chaise longue
- mantel / mantle
- lathe / lave
- pray / prey
- pique / peek / peak
- ravage / ravish
- taut / taunt
- venerable / vulnerable
The image for this episode is by abbachi, used under CC BY-SA 3.0 license.