A week ago I gave a detailed, blow-by-blow account of how the first part of my Prologue went from First Draft status to Second-Draft-after-the-nitpick. Today’s post takes a closer look at the second half of my prologue, which is where things get really tricky. 1,768 more words
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Hello fellow writers! Please forgive the absence of last week’s workshop. I was busy cramming four weeks of editing and revising into two days to prepare… 538 more words
I just finished my first full read-through of my project.
And, surprising no one, my feelings are complicated. Part of me was disappointed that it hadn’t magically become perfect, that it did have serious flaws, and that at least the first portion will probably need pretty extensive rewrites. 235 more words