Not too long ago, I read a self-published book with several hundred errors in it. I was appalled that this well-crafted story was not professionally edited. So I dedicated "E" Day to Editing.
It's an extreme effort to become enthusiastic about editing ones' work. Exhiliaration comes from excavating effective word choices and exciting events and ideas. Writing expressively often eclipses enthusiasm for the elusive editing endeavours that eventually need expanding.
Eradication of errors are extensively important. No exageration: embarassing efflux needs exclusion.
Engross your editing skills through exacting exposure of evidence in endless exerpts
EDITING EXAM: Examine this entire elegant entry for eight editing errors. Can you eliminate them? Answers will be on tomorrow's blog, "F is For Flip-Flop."