Tag Archives: editing

Editing Again

Just got the 3rd beta test back. It’s hard to go piece by piece bit by bit to make sure each paragraph, each word is right. The content editing is hardest for me. I struggle at this point. Creation is … Continue reading

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New Ideas

I’m always about three ideas behind. I guess that’s what happens when it takes three-six months to write a book. Today I came up with a great idea for a new novel. However, before I act on it, I have … Continue reading

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Brain Freeze

I am suffering a serious bout of brain freeze, sometimes known as procrastination. I love the initial creation of a story, coming up with the ideas and putting them on paper. I’m okay with reading through the manuscript and making … Continue reading

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Making the Most of Writing Group Revisions

Many of us who write have also found a group of like-minded people willing to listen to our stories, memoirs, and poems and share their knowledge in improving those pieces. I have a binder dedicated to the meetings full of … Continue reading

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First Chapter of Murder-Mystery (Working Title “Death Knell) —Thoughts?

    I’m in the first stages of editing my murder mystery and wanted to post it and see what everyone thinks. Do you like the title?  Is this a book you would keep reading? How does the first chapter … Continue reading

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Writing Groups

  I’ve heard both ends of the spectrum when it comes to writing groups.  Some people say they will kill your fire, some say they will keep it alive.  I’m looking forward to meeting with mine this weekend, and without … Continue reading

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