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Jungle Love

Well, I finally got those story edits done yesterday, and it wasn’t that hard to do. I don’t know why I was resisting looking them over, reading the notes, and looking at the story; and frankly, the story is stronger for them. 750 more words


7 Ways to Be a More Productive Writer

Every writer wishes they were more productive than they already are. Whether you are struggling with brainstorming, drafting, or revising, your slowest days will sometimes defeat you. 1,075 more words

What is the most important aspect of revision?

NOTE: I dusted off some notes I took for a webinar, How to Revise Your NaNo Novel, from January 2016. Grant Faulkner hosted the segment on writing advice with guest speakers KM Weiland, James Scott Bell and Kami Garcia. 181 more words

Writing Tips


Finally, now I have reach the revising process which is the last process for the Pre-Production stage. YEAYYYY! I am beyond excited because I am close to share my happy childhood memory :D… 180 more words

Pre- Production

Murdering the Revision Process

So last week I had a post that basically boiled down to revisions were killing me for this story. I found out the problem.

Also, this post is going to be short because I’m pressed for time today. 298 more words


X7: Revising With Klinkenborg

For this assignment I’d like you to work with a piece you have previously written for this course. Please use your reading of Klinkenborg to revise and edit what you have written. 245 more words


Editing and Revising Part 3 - Creating a Clean Copy

While this week’s first entry focused on proofreading, this second part will look at getting a clean copy when editing and revising. Make sure to have your computer screen up and a red marker ready for an exciting ride. 318 more words