I decided to give it a go to professional editing of my manuscript. After getting a good hunch on a video from this editor, I paid for it and waited an external/unknown person to finally take a look at my manuscript. I wasn’t expecting much as I knew I had picked a considerable affordable service.Continue reading “Writing after editing/copywriting”
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.
When I started working on my first book, I had the following plan: I would finish the draft in four of five months at most I would make a thorough review of the first manuscript and in one single edition round I would correct everything that is wrong. My beta readers will read it in a coupleContinue reading “10 Things you should know when you first write a book”
Last post When old habits are hard to abandon… I’m looking at you procrastination was eye opening. For some reason, I always believed that being “multi-tasker” was engraved in my system. I even felt proud of it. I could face many tasks at work or while writing without any problems. I even used as one ofContinue reading “Getting rid of the multi-tasking habits”