Especially for Writers

I finished the first draft of Ride to the Altar just before 2017 slipped away. Now, on to the next phase!


About Linda W. Yezak

Author/Freelance Editor/Speaker (writing and editing topics).
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10 Responses to Especially for Writers

  1. My hubby always says, “The only good writing is rewriting!” Even though most advice says not to, I edit and revise as I go.

    I think it’s because my first writing was fanfiction that got posted in serial style, chapter by chapter, on an online archive site. I rarely worked ahead, so I would write a chapter, edit, rewrite, edit (repeat) until I was happy with it and then post it. Even after three 200+ page novels I still write a chapter at a time, in chronological order, and edit as I go.

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  2. You really know how to dig in the knife. LOL! I am hot in the middle of edits and rewrites. I am amazed at what I see that needs fixing I did not see the first and second and third time through. BID may yet be honed to the greatness it needs to be. Thanks for the mimes. I always enjoy them.

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  3. Love these, particularly the first, about figuring out the story and then finding the most dramatic way of telling it. 🙂 And, congratulations on finishing the first draft of Ride to the Altar!

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  4. K.M. Weiland says:

    Woohoo! Congratulations! Can’t wait to read it. 🙂

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  5. I’m sure it will be even better than the others because of all your hard work.

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