Writers often ask, “Where do I start with editing?” While professional editing is part of the writing process, self-editing is helpful too. Your manuscript is not complete after your first draft. How many drafts do you need? It depends, but let’s take the first five pages of your manuscript. Remember that you can apply thisContinue reading “How to Self Edit the First Five Pages of Your Book”
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There I was with a novel and no extra means to work with my editor. Two options: Wait or do it myself. Well… I didn’t want to wait. With various writing projects and other responsibilities, I couldn’t afford to wait until things “got better.” I thought it was impossible, but I self revised my novelContinue reading “I thought it was impossible but…”
“I can’t self revise my own book. I’m not a professional,” “I’m going to embarrass myself,” “readers will know I couldn’t afford a professional.” Yeah, all of this plagued my thoughts when I came to a crossroads with my novel The Wedding Report. There was no way. What did I do? I pushed past theContinue reading “There’s no way…”
“It’s hard to gain confidence as a writer,” “I can’t break free from imposter syndrome,” “it’s difficult to change my mindset.” Welcome to my world fellow indies as all these thoughts raced through my brain. What changed? I loved writing, and I was determined to break through the fear. I’ll tell you the best quoteContinue reading “How to Build Confidence as an Unsure Writer”