[at-l] Then the Hail Came [was: A Walk for Sunshine]

Jim Bullard jim.bullard at gmail.com
Mon Nov 15 17:35:44 CST 2010

I'll concede that I didn't rework the text significantly besides removing
HTML code and reformatting, I didn't see much to improve. I suppose you
could call it just basic proof reading, but when it's already the best
journal out there...

I'm just sayin'.

Jim Bullard

On Mon, Nov 15, 2010 at 6:17 PM, Linda Patton <lpatton at fsu.edu> wrote:

> Jim,
> I think Nina means edited "for publication" which is probably
> different from what you did, maybe?
> And Nina is WAY too modest.  I saw the before and after versions
> of Leitschuh's book, and what Nina did was miraculous.  She made
> it exquisitely readable without changing Jan's 'voice' and that, to me,
> is the sign of perfect editing.  George could not possibly get a better
> editor.
> ~~ eArThworm
> > It has already been edited when I put it into MS Word format in
> > order to print out my own copy. ...
> > Jim Bullard
> > >  If George is still interested in having the book edited for
> > > publication, I could edit it ... My (admittedly thin) resume consists
> > > of writing “50 Hikes in Louisiana” ...and editing Jan Leitschuh’s
> > > “The Ordinary Adventurer.” ...
> > > *Nina “Waterfall” “The Editress” Rogers*
> Visit my website at http://booksforhikers.com
> "Better to be lost in the woods than in a maze of cubicles…"
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