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Tag Archives: self-editing
Revisions: Transforming Sand into Castles
For authors, this is one of the most encouraging quotes around, along with all the ones that remind us our first draft is supposed to be imperfect. Rough. Bird-cage worthy. As professional authors know, you can’t edit a blank page. … Continue reading
Posted in editing, write tips, Writing, Writing How-To Books, Writing Tips Tagged edits, James Scott Bell, revisions, Revisions & Self-Editing, self-editing 7 Comments
Editing Lessons from a Housewife
There you are, determination gleaming from your eyes. You’re gonna clean house! You’ve got your grungies on, hair back in a ’50s style do-rag–well, okay, maybe not the do-rag–and you’re ready to conquer the dirt, grime, and general mess. You’ve got the vacuum cleaner … Continue reading
Posted in editing Tagged novel editing, novel writing, self-editing 6 Comments