Book Review: Hustle by Neil Patel, Patrick Vlaskovits, and Jonas Koffler

(Rodale Books, 2016) By Deepi Harish Most people talk about their dreams, yet few people do anything to achieve them. From start to finish, Hustle is a burst of inspiration to “do something. Do something that moves you. Do something that excites or energizes you. Don’t talk about it. Don’t dream it. Don’t plan it. … Continue reading Book Review: Hustle by Neil Patel, Patrick Vlaskovits, and Jonas Koffler

The Word On The Street Toronto festival confirms printed books and literacy never go out of style

By Deepi Harish After a decade of calling Queen’s Park home to The Word On The Street Toronto Book & Magazine Festival, organizers have moved the festival to the Harbourfront Centre. In 2014, the International Festival of Authors (IFOA) announced its new partnership with The Word On The Street Toronto. The Harbourfront Centre has always … Continue reading The Word On The Street Toronto festival confirms printed books and literacy never go out of style

Six handy (and free!) mobile apps for editors

By Deepi Harish No matter what type of mobile device you have, there is a virtual app store you can get lost in: Windows Marketplace, Blackberry App World, Android Marketplace, and Google Play, to name a few; and, of course, the mother of them all, the Apple App Store. With over one million apps in … Continue reading Six handy (and free!) mobile apps for editors

The Daily Grind: Toronto café The Croissant Tree

The Daily Grind is an ongoing mini-feature that highlights the best cafés in Toronto for freelance editors looking for a caffeine fix and a temporary office away from home. By Deepi Harish The Croissant Tree is a spacious, non-crowded coffee shop that allows customers to work without distractions. They serve up a variety of coffees, from … Continue reading The Daily Grind: Toronto café The Croissant Tree