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Is Your Story Really Finished?

Problems With Stories May Be A Result Of Poor Editing

Probably the greatest feeling in the world for an author is typing “The End” at the end of the novel. After writing for months and sometimes years, to finish the story feels like a major accomplishment. And it is.

The story may then travel to its next destination, the developmental editor or your agent.




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Julia Amante

Julia Amante

Women’s Fiction author of That Was Then, Say You’ll Be Mine, and Evenings at the Argentine Club. Speaker and and teacher.

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