Tag Archives: revising

Questions 3: Editing (Right to the Point Here)

As I’ve said, editing is one of the hardest parts of writing.  It would be great if our first draft was the best and we never had to change a thing.  Some people believe this is what it’s like and … Continue reading

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The Dreaded ‘E’ Word = Editing

Most people feel that this is an inevitable trial.  You finish the first draft and know that it isn’t where it should be.  Why would it?  You were still discovering the story as you went even with your detailed outline.  … Continue reading

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An Answer from R.A. Salvatore

Last Wednesday I made a post about editing and revising entitled:  Bane of the Author: Editing and Revising.  In that post, I mentioned that I sent a question to fantasy author, R.A. Salvatore.  He is most famous for his Drow … Continue reading

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Bane of the Author: Editing and Revising

I love and hate the revising process as much as the next guy.  Unless the next guy is a professional editor and then he’s got more to talk about.  As self-published authors, many of us have to take the revising … Continue reading

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