Category: What’s New in the Lab

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Welcome Book Projects

We’ve been busy editing tons and tons of book projects. Some of the projects we are unable to discuss because of contract obligations, but here’s a few that we are excited about: Thomas Alexander‘s MISTRESS OF THE DANCING BONES Editing this book and working with “Alex,” as he prefers to be called was great. The …

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3 Years of Word Lab Bliss

A big thank you to everyone for helping to make our dreams come true.  Today marks three years since Creative Word Lab opened its inky doors. It’s been a roller coaster ride, but a ton of fun. In honor of this, we’re going to be featuring a 30 percent discount on all services through the …

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Self-publishing does not mean self-editing: Hire an editor!

By Casondra Brewster Creative Word Lab   Recently, I was offered another contract for editing – a novel manuscript – but when I read the first five pages of the work – I had to refuse. Even if I charged my top rate, which is still cheap by going-rate standards, the work would be so …

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Bass Barber Shop has early holiday

This article and photo created by the folks here at Creative Word Lab. We can do the same for you!  

The Art of Coffee Comes to North Bend

Some of our handiwork for our client, Pioneer Coffee, as featured in the local paper.    

School’s Out, Brain Is Not (How to Avoid Summer Brain Drain)

Ahhh…It’s summer break from school.  These few months for school-age kids circle around trips to the lake, long walks in the sun, pick-up baseball games, maybe even a sleep-away camp – any and all manner of fun! As parents we’re happy for our kids to have some time to just be kids. But we know …

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Creative Word Lab to Reach Out to Unemployed Vets

  Local business reaches out to unemployed vets     FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact:  Casondra Brewster Email:   NORTH BEND – A news story circulating the media says that nearly a quarter of a million jobless vets are part of the 9 percent unemployment. One of the biggest reasons is not due to injuries or …

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