Debut novelist Sharon Srock talks about writing.
Currently browsing tag
Keeping your focus on editing without losing all those cool, new ideas.
Find out how to avoid editing while writing for more productive creative time.
You’ve finished your first draft. Congratulations! Now comes the difficult work of rewrites and revisions. For some of us, this is where things get fun. For others, this where drudgery begins. Whether you look forward to revisions or not, there is one thing you should do once the first draft …
Whether you’re already published, about to begin the submission process with your first novel, or are still grinding out the words, you should be interested in word count. Namely, in keeping unnecessary words to a minimum. But how to do that? Rachelle Gardner published an excellent post on that subject …