Writer Groupie Episode 20 Interview with Kim Huther, proofreader

Writer Groupie Episode 20 Interview with Kim Huther, proofreader

Writer Groupie Episode 20 Interview with Kim Huther, proofreader

Kim Huther is the owner and operator of Wordsmith Proofreading Service. She does proofreading, and copy editing for writers of all creation. Kim inspires authors to achieve greater heights with their work by her most excellent ability to turn words into art. I am excited to have her on Writer Groupie Podcast. In this episode, we discuss her business and how she can help writers with their work. ————– AUDIO ONLY ————– SHOW NOTES: What does a proofreader/copy editor do What sorts of things have you seen in this business? Why this is her dream job Why she got into

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Fighting the Monday blahs

Fighting the Monday blahs

Mondays, blah. Who needs ’em? My dearly departed mother used to say, she hated Mondays. I didn’t get it until recently. For some reason I do, too. I find myself feeling the dislike building on Sunday night. On Monday morning, upon rising, I am besotted with Monday blahs. Maybe it’s because I know there is a never-ending pile of work to be done at the evil day job. Anticipating work is never a happy thought. It could be because (like every worker bee in the world) being chained to a job doing something that makes money for another entity (and

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Sunday, game day

Have you ever been sitting at a restaurant and decided to be a real observer? Watched the people closest to you, eavesdropped on their conversation? I have. And I do, on occasion, as a writing exercise. (I don’t think it’s illegal, especially when I do not interact with them, know them, or any of that). I certainly do not use any of their conversation or information in a derogatory manner. (be forewarned, authors do eavesdrop!) Today, I’m visiting my favorite eating/coffee drinking/thinking place. It’s pretty crowded as usual thanks to a hungry after-church crowd. To me, a forty-hour-a-week worker bee,

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Writing stuff Wednesday

Writing stuff Wednesday

So…I know I have been slacking something fierce on this old blog. It has been the winter blues, I tells ya. I get SAD in the wintertime. That’s “seasonal affective disorder” for those who do not know. But this past weekend, I went out of town (SOUTH!) and found sunshine and warm temps. I sat in the sun for a while and believe me, the blues fled. Today I want to talk about writing stuff. I know I could do a podcast, but my voice is not up to par, and you really wouldn’t enjoy my coughing and hacking to

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An Unexpected Performance News

An Unexpected Performance News

Time to update you guys on what’s going on in the world of Kim Smith, author. The most interesting and important news today is An Unexpected Performance is coming out in AUDIO BOOK! woot woot! I am very excited about this new opportunity to present this work to my fans and followers. The book is being read by Suzanne Schmidt, a very talented voiceover actress who does a lot of film work too! You can find out more about her here : Suzanne Schmidt site – if you are a Sons of Anarchy fan you might want to check out

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