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In medical transcription they have omitted follow-up and use it as one word followup but the rules apply as if you use follow-up.

Posted by: Naomi | October 24, 2010 at 07:17 PM

Hi, Naomi. So a nurse would make a followup appointment and then follow up with the patient?

I am not surprised to learn that the word is beginning to be closed up.

Lynn

Posted by: Lynn Gaertner-Johnston | October 24, 2010 at 08:02 PM

Thanks very much Lyn for your explanations. I'd like to know if I should say follow up to or follow up on something. Thanks, Adjoa

Posted by: Adjoa des Bordes | February 04, 2011 at 12:37 AM

Hi, Adjoa. Typically the correct expression is "follow up on."

Examples: I want to follow up on what we discussed. Did you follow up on Dina's request?

There are circumstances in which "follow up to" is more suitable. Here is an example: Will there be any follow-up to the training program?

I hope those examples help you.

Lynn

Posted by: Lynn Gaertner-Johnston | February 04, 2011 at 02:38 PM

Hello, I am a court reporter and have this phrase come up almost everyday. 1- They recommend follow up visits. 2- I had follow ups.

Should these "follow up" phrases be hyphenated? Thank You

Posted by: Amanda | February 18, 2011 at 07:59 AM

Hi, Amanda. Your examples are similar to those I shared above in the post.

In sentence 1, the term is an adjective. In sentence 2, it is a noun.

Both examples need a hyphen.

Lynn

Posted by: Lynn Gaertner-Johnston | February 18, 2011 at 09:24 PM

I'm a medical transcriptionist.

Follow-up = adjective, as in "follow-up care."

Follow up = verb, as in "will follow up tomorrow."

Followup = noun, as in "will be seen in followup."

Unfortunately, even most medical transcriptionists get it wrong. :)

Posted by: Pat | June 12, 2011 at 07:13 PM

Hi, Pat. Nearly all my reference books are still showing the noun form with a hyphen. I wonder which style manual you follow. If you see this comment, please let me know.

Lynn

Posted by: Lynn Gaertner-Johnston | June 13, 2011 at 10:36 AM

Personally, I'd never work with CreateSpace's in-house editors, copy editors, and in-house design people. That doesn't mean they're bad at what they do (I've seen some covers that are well-done). But if you can, it's better to hire your own people and work directly with them. Ideally, you should be able to meet with an editor, copy editor, and graphic designer in person -- and they all should have experience in book publishing.

Down the road, I suspect you'll see more self-publishers offer high-end programs that pair you with a former editor from a major publishing house. It's also worth mentioning that Amazon has become a publisher itself, with several imprints that it's either bought or created. Amazon is in the process of developing a new hybrid model for publishing that aims to take the place of traditional publishers, which it sometimes refers to as "legacy" publishers. You can see a list of Amazon's imprints . With its flagship Encore imprint , it selects certain "exceptional" self-published titles from "emerging" authors and brings them under the Amazon umbrella so to speak. It's a good gig if you can get it.

16. If you're serious about your book, hire a book doctor and get it copy edited.

If you're serious about your book, hire a book doctor and get it copy edited.

OK, so I've just told to avoid " packages " from publishers and yet I'm now saying you need editing and copy editing. So, where do you go? Well, before I sent my book out to agents, I hired a "book doctor" who was a former acquisition editor from a major New York publishing house (like most editors he worked at a few different houses). He happened to be the father of a friend from college, so I got a little discount, but it still wasn't cheap. However, after I'd made the changes he suggested, he made some calls to agents he knew and some were willing to take a look. He was part of Independent Editors Group (IEG), a group of former acquisition editors who take on freelance editing projects for authors.

While I didn't use his copy editor (I used a friend of a friend who currently works at a big publishing house), he and other editors in his group can suggest people. To be clear, this isn't going to be a better deal than what you'd get from a package deal with a self-publisher, but these people are experienced and are going to be upfront and honest with you. They're not just pushing your book out to move it along the line on the conveyor belt, though they are trying to make a living. (Warning: they don't take on all writers).

By no means is IEG the only game in town. There are plenty of good book consultants out there, including Alan Rinzler, who has an excellent blog and straddles the line between being an executive editor at an imprint of John Wiley Sons and providing services to private clients. And there are plenty of others.

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“He is, I believe, a disgrace to the Justice Department and he should withdraw his nomination and resign his position,” Warren read, quoting remarks Kennedy made in 1986 when Sessions was nominated to be a federal judge.

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