About Me

Lindsey Rivait is a freelance writer and editor from Windsor, ON with over a decade of experience in the writing, editing, and publishing fields. She specializes in arts and business writing, grant writing, newsletters and mailing lists, press releases, press kits, and more. When she isn't busy with all that, she's plugging away at her first novel.

Her work has appeared in Windsor Business, The Lance, Our Homes Windsor & Essex County, Word on Windsor, In Business, The LaSalle Post, WAMM, Nails HQ Magazine, Zap Fort Myer’s Source Magazine, ROOM Magazine, The Executive Magazine, Generation Magazine, Windsor Salt, Quills, The Antigonish Review, and in poetry anthologies from The Canadian Authors Association Niagara Branch, Polar Express Publishing, Cranberry Tree Press, and Black Moss Press. Her work for the Lance has been reprinted in dozens of newspapers across Canada as well as included in the Gale/Cengage Learning Database "INFOTRAC" in Dallas, TX.

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Archive for January, 2011

Typing vs. Writing

Wednesday, January 19th, 2011

Some people write things out long hand, with pen and paper. Others go straight to the computer and type their little hearts out. I’ve always found this fascinating. Personally, I write everything out by hand before it goes into the computer. Some people think I’m nuts. Why bother writing things out twice? That makes no […]

Music: helpful or hurtful to your writing craft

Wednesday, January 12th, 2011

Back in high school and university, a lot of my friends and peers would listen to music to help them study, or just have a TV show going for some background noise. I always thought this was so bizarre! How can you concentrate on studying or writing an essay when there’s something else to take […]

Reading lists

Tuesday, January 4th, 2011

I see a lot of people making “50 Books a Year”-type goals. I used to keep track of what I’ve read, but then I’d never remember to update it. I’m not sure if I’ve ever hit 50 books in a year. Maybe back when I was in university, but certainly not since then, sadly. Unless […]