After a general revision of my manuscript – where I wanted to make sure that the story, plot and characters made sense – I’ve started a new round of more in depth revision/editing of my writing. To be honest, I wasn’t actually looking to this stage. I still have memories of endless rounds of editingContinue reading “Editing methods”
My previous post was published more than 3 months ago. I remember telling myself: I won’t distract myself from any other kind of writing until I have my current first manuscript ready. I originally targeted to finish it by January and Look! we’re almost in the middle of the year. Sigh… It took longer thanContinue reading “People revising your manuscript”
Numerous rounds of editing and revision come after finishing the first manuscript, and they can become endless. They are not the nicest part of writing a book, at least not for me.
Why would I need to be either a plotter or a pantser? Why I had to decide between editing while writing or editing everything at the end? My search to find the right methodology
I really enjoyed the book. Even if I don’t intend to write a non-fiction book, it still had plenty of useful advice, useful not only for non-fictional writers but also for fictional writers. Check some of the best advice I was able to get from this book