‘Lazy’ Writers Exist — That Doesn’t Mean You’re One of Them


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog that tells us ‘Lazy’ Writers Exist — That Doesn’t Mean You’re One of Them

Meg Dowell Writes

I don’t generally like using the word “lazy” to describe people I don’t know.

But the more writers I work with as an editor, the more I realize that even if writers themselves aren’t lazy people, lazy writing and lazy writing habits DO exist. And they’re an absolute nightmare for the person on the receiving end of the Word document in charge of preparing something for publication.

There are actually pretty obvious differences between “lazy” writers and writers on the other end of the spectrum — those who have worked so hard in such a short amount of time that what I’ll call “silly” errors just sort of … happen.

Just because writers make mistakes doesn’t mean they’re lazy. But certain mistakes are … and trust me, your editor isn’t oblivious to which category you might fall into.

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