From when to use an adverb to knowing how formal to take your language, line editing can be overwhelming but it doesn’t have to be. Join Clark Chamberlain and Peter Turley as they talk with line editor Ariel Waite and get the inside scoop on how to make the best use of each line and create the best book possible.

Here is a little more about Ariel:
Ariel Waite is a desert dweller who enjoys daydreaming about cookies, reading fantasy, and saying things incorrectly to see if anyone calls her out for it. They almost always do. She graduated from BYU with a degree in English Language and Editing in 2010, and now she puts that shiny education to work editing articles that revolve around health and fitness, that is when she’s not playing ping pong or pulling pranks on coworkers. Ariel also runs the stunning trails of Southern Utah, studies Japanese, and freelances as a fiction editor. She’s happiest when crafting a jumble of loosely connected words into something meaningful.

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