Check out the article, Self-Editing for Fiction Writers: A Quick-Start Checklist from the AutoCrit Blog for this quick and simple start to self-editing.
1. Clean things up:
2. Check Narrative Flow
Evaluate your character development, conflict, action, and theme.
I’ve listed the main points on the checklist, but to get the details, you’ll need to read the article. If you’re ready to begin self-editing, need help or a little direction you can test AutoCrit for free
We have all had our heartstrings tugged with the images of children this week, and as a mother I cannot imagine losing my child, even for a day. Emotions have gotten so out of hand, it’s becoming dangerous.
Immigration, particularly illegal immigration is a serious issue in which we should…
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Originally published at cowpasturechronicles.com on June 13, 2018.
I’ve tasted the victory of typing the last line on my first full-length novel. The exhilaration of writing “The end” lasted for about a day because now, therealwork begins.But, where do I begin?
To find out what my next steps involved, I started where I always do — with research…
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It’s been an honor to meet so many talented writers and read so many extraordinary books. Thanks to Timothy Pike for the lovely feature article on my participation. Read it here, As a writer, how do you overcome paralyzing self-doubt? This author knows how.
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