Lifelong Impact

I don’t think there are many people outside my family who made a bigger impact on my life than Charlie Marler, who passed away last week in Abilene, Texas. Decades after my last journalism class with him, I hear his voice in my ear when I write, and sometimes I...

Two Decades of Remembering

I’ve been watching lots of 9/11 documentaries in the past few weeks, and the images are still searing, even 20 years later. Passenger jetliners plow directly into skyscrapers. Fireballs, plumes of smoke, bloodied pedestrians streaming out of the Twin Towers as...

Happy 1st Decade to Me!

Ten years ago this month, I first sat down to work under the (virtual) banner of eDitmore Editorial Services. I was excited and nervous, unsure if I would be able to sustain the effort for even ten months. But here I am in 2021, still tracking changes under that same...

Monday Night Lights

Most days I spend my work days in front of a computer, my workplace interactions limited to email or the occasional phone call. But on Monday, October 7, I’m going to be talking about editing to a real audience of writers. I’ll be speaking to the Ventura...

Working through Turbulence

Once again, Liz Dexter has done me a favor by featuring eDitmore Editorial Services in her “Small Business Chat Update” on her LibroEditing website. Hard to believe, but this is the seventh time I’ve participated in these chats, which Liz began to help small business...