Here’s a tip for all your writers to remember, when revising your work. Follow this advice and you’re editor will thank you.
Here’s an article that can help us writers tighten up our manuscripts before publication. If you enjoy this article, pleas comment on the original blog and give it a like and a share or two.
The post linked here has the link to the episode that inspired mine on scene dumps. Check it out and you’ll see why.
In today’s episode of Inspirational Journeys, I share some revising tips in response to my friends episode about unnecessary words on her podcast this morning.
Listen to the most recent episode of my podcast: Tips for revising your work https://anchor.fm/inspirational-journeys/episodes/Tips-for-revising-your-work-e3qols
Is revising easy or difficult? Do you have any tips you’d like to share with us? Leave your thoughts in the comments below or send an email to email@example.com. I’d love to hear from you, dear readers and listeners. Thanks for being a loyal blog follower and have a blessed day.
If you are like me and don’t particularly like the editing process, here are some reasons you should love it. If you enjoy this blog post, pleast leave comments on the original blog. You may also want to give it a like and a share or two.
Until next time, happy writing and editing.
Here ae several reasons why you should consider finding beta readers for your work. This post also gives some tips for working with beta readers once you find the ones that are the right fit for your genre
Here is a great tip for tightening your manuscript. The author uses examples to show you the difference in wordy passages and their tightened counterparts.
via Writing Tight
For those of you who submit to a variety of magazines and journals, here is a bit of encouragement to remember when you get rejected.
Let me answer that here. Yes, writing is still fun! Sometimes revisions can be fun as well, so don’t think that writing is a grueling task, no matter what other people say about your chosen profession.
Here is some valuable advice for writers who either hire an editor or query an agent and get a book deal with a publisher. Find out why you should take the suggestions of your editor to improve your book.