I recall my colleague Kate Haigh talking about erasable pens but I never got round to buying my own. Then, recently, during a trip to the supermarket I came across Pilot's FriXion erasable rollerball pens, a set of three (one each of blue, black and red) for six quid. Perhaps you can get them cheaper elsewhere. I got mine from Tesco.
For those still proofreading or editing on paper now and then, they're marvellous!
It's been a few months since I worked on paper but I'm really looking forward to working with these, particularly given the amount of money I spend on corrector pens/tape. Give 'em a try!
SEARCH THE BLOG
Books for writers and editors
Online courses for editors and proofreaders
'Louise uses her expertise to hone a story until it's razor sharp, while still allowing the author’s voice to remain dominant.'
'I wholeheartedly recommend her services ... Just don’t hire her when I need her.'
J B Turner
'Sincere thanks for a beautiful and elegant piece of work. First class.'
'What makes her stand out and shine is her ability to immerse herself in your story.'
Help for editors
All text on this blog, The Parlour, and on the other pages of this website (unless indicated otherwise) is in copyright © 2011–20 Louise Harnby. Please do not copy or reproduce any of the content, in whole or part, in any form, unless you ask first.