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”
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Writing in confinement
I haven’t written in my Blog in while, as always. I wanted to focus any writing effort to working on my manuscript. I finally finished doing my second round of editing review, and now I don’t feel guilty to swift my attention to other type of writing. From all the bad things that this confinementContinue reading “Writing in confinement”
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”
One paragraph at a time in a never ending editing process
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.
Editing services, why you need to love them! and the theory of the Leprechaun that lives in our heads.
Writers are strange creatures, stranger than you think. And the wannabe ones, like me, are even worst (For example, I just passed some work colleagues in the corridor and forgot to say “hello” why? ’cause I was thinking about some feedback I received from a query letter) They know I’m weird, but I didn’t intendContinue reading “Editing services, why you need to love them! and the theory of the Leprechaun that lives in our heads.”