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Website of author and professional editor Rachelle M. N. Shaw. Find information about her books, her editing services, and her blog, From Mind to Paper: On Writing and Editing.

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Writing community Badges I've Earned

The 10 Minute Novelist group is the amazing Facebook group for writers led by Katharine Grubb, a busy mom and author who wrote her book in just 10 minutes a day. The group ranked #6 last year in Writer's Digest Top 100 Websites for Writers. The group is amazing. I've been an active member in it since March of 2015.

To earn the Red Pen badge, I devoted more than 10 hours of my time editing my own work in a given month.

To earn this badge, I was chosen as one of the winner's of the 365k group's Friday challenge "Gender Swap," where I had to describe what my MC would be like if she were a male.

 

I earned this badge by spending 10+ hours editing my own work in 2017.

To earn the critique badge, I devoted more than 10 hours of my time providing critiques for other writers in a given month.

To earn this badge, I participated in a weekly challenge through the 365K Club. My contribution was voted as one of the top ones for listing some of my characters' quirky traits.

My e-book The Eyes That Moved was selected for inclusion in the Indie Pennsylvania collection on Self-e.

To earn the Ignoring the Siren's Call badge, my comment was voted as one of the most creative ways to procrastinate on my writing projects. All of us writers get burnt out from time to time; I'm no exception!

I participated in a 365k challenge where I had to describe how an important relationship between my MC and another character impacts the MC. My answer was chosen as one of the winners of this challenge.

I earned this badge by giving 180+ hours of my time to critiquing others' work cumulatively throughout 2017.

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