As my own impending walk into the realm of revision closes in upon me I have grwon increasingly nervous. It took me weeks to revise a ten-thousand word short story, how am I going to revise my one-hundred-thousand word novel?
I found this blog by The Graceful Doe and I have to say it put my mind at ease a little, not because she says it will be easy, but she breaks out the steps she took doing her own revision and it gives me a great place to start.
So go forth my friends. Read and like her blog. Show some love for someone who’s been there!
Back in February I talked about how I planned to do my first lot of revisions once I finished the first draft of my manuscript. Now I have finished those initial revisions, I am now doing more revisions (does it ever end !) so I thought I would dedicate a post to what my focus is in this part of the revision process. First a brief recap of what I did for my first lot of revisions. FIRST ROUND REVISIONS Main focus: Structure and technical elements … Read More
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