I’ve never seen information presented in a slide show. It was kind of nice to view it that way, interesting, different.
As an editor, Mark’s style guide idea is a good one, but I don’t think I’d need all the information he asks for. I do like knowing what writing rules the writer has broken so I don’t waste time correcting something the writer wanted there in the first place. I don’t know how many people told me to change cliches in my book Rosebloom. I like cliches, sometime, and I left them in there on purpose.
What he didn’t mention was telling the editor the intended audience for the book. The language and references can be quite different for a piece depending on the audience.
Very useful info. Thanks for sharing!
You’re very welcome. That’s the nice thing about the internet. It’s so easy to share. It’s a good thing since there is a LOT out there.