Yeah, I might have had better things to do with my time than to spend a couple of hours updating my author logo. But, such is how it is when you are your own boss. There is no one to crack the whip and say, "Hey, get back to work!"
I'm still living in a dream world from a recent assignment to narrate and produce a very sensitive and informative book.
I like being creative and updating my logo is something that needed to be done. There was no better time than today to create a logo that delivered a more definitive image of me and my current interests.
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Marlene C. Bertrand declared "Independent Writer" status in 2013. This blog shares her journey as a writer. Visit Marlene's My Books page for recently published books.
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When I need answers to my writing questions, I refer to resources that have served me well as a technical writer in the past and as a freelance writer now. The following books sit on my bookshelf ready for use at my demand. When working with clients, you will need to adhere to the client’s style guide for how they want their documents to be formatted. As a freelance writer, you have the liberty of setting up your own style guide. The following resources offer excellent information on grammar and punctuation styles that are most common to writing for United States publishing standards.
Any one or all of the following books are valuable books to have on your bookshelf at all times:
Strunk and White's Elements of Style
The Chicago Manual of Style
Associated Press Stylebook