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Breaking a Scene List into Arcs

In a previous post, I talked about color coding my scene list by stakes. That’s only one of the ways I use my scene list, which is really a super handy all purpose tool to look at a book’s structure in all sorts of ways. 696 more words

October 24 2016

While discussing at my table we all agreed that the process described in the article was very helpful. Everyone has their own way of editing their paper but it provided more in depth things to check for. 94 more words

Polish, Deepen, Hone

Edith here, writing from north of Boston, gearing up to ignore the short days and darkness of the coming month.

I’m doing that by keeping really, really busy. 497 more words

Easton and Natalie Present: The Week of 10/17

Fall is definitely in the air. The trees are in their peak colors (for now!) and there’s a chill in the air. I love this time of year – everything feels so crisp and exciting! 371 more words

Student Blog

Lesson: How to Revise

In my class, we’re are just finishing up their imaginative stories and since it is the month of Halloween, we had them writing scary/horror stories. Some students have gotten really into it, but others put in little effort. 369 more words


WiP Wednesday: 10/19/16

Hello, and welcome to this week’s #WiPWednesday post! #WiPWednesday is a weekly meme started by Brigid Gorry-Hines from Wordfare. Every Wednesday, I’m supposed to post an update about my WiP (Work in Progress), including word count and where I’m at in writing/revising it. 211 more words


My Editing and Revising Process...

For years I always thought revising and editing were essentially the same. I have come to find that there are differences between the two. Before I explain my editing and revising process, I want to go over the differences between the two. 242 more words