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David Norman
Freelance medical editor by day, amateur geek by night
Freelance medical editor by day, amateur geek by night
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In which a medical editor likens the role of editing to polishing diamonds, train tracks and The Silence? Read on: http://www.davidnormanediting.co.uk/blog/editing-analogies
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Here are some thoughts on the second volume of the latest comic-book adaptation of Michael Moorcock's Elric saga, the English translation published by Titan Comics (in short: very good): #comicbooks  

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On my work-related blog, I digress with memories of rewriting a scientific article for my postdoctoral supervisor, an event which would be the starting point for my eventual career as a medical editing.

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Titan Books were kind enough to provide me with a review copy of the collected Kick-Ass 3, by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr. These are my thoughts and opinions:

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Another work-related blog post: my top tips for medical editors working in healthcare advertising agencies, based on my experiences so far. #MedicalEditing  

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I've never written about work-related matters before, so please take that into consideration. Some thoughts on what a medical editor can bring to healthcare communication: #MedicalEditing  

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It's been a month since I posted anything on my personal blog – I have been moving house – so it's nice to get back into the swing of things again. Some thoughts on Dragons: Riders Of Berk Volume One Dragon Down, from Titan Comics. #ComicBooks  

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Hot Lead, Cold Iron is a very enjoyable urban fantasy set in 1930s Chicago: my thoughts on the new book by Ari Marmell. #books  

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Some thoughts on The Wild Ways by Tanya Huff, the follow-up to The Enchantment Emporium. #books  

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It may have been heavy to carry around, but it was worth it: The Fell Sword by Miles Cameron is very good and a worthy follow-up to The Red Knight. My thoughts:   #books  
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