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Writing Tip #12 - The Power of Revisions

Hello my lovelies,

looks like the UK is getting the best of the sun, while over here in Florida it’s a bit touch and go (as I write, it’s pouring down with rain and the thunder is rumbling!) but still, it’s been a great holiday so far and it’s not over yet. 767 more words

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Revision Sprint

Work, commute, family responsibilities, exercise, chores, errands–oh, and don’t forget having fun and maintaining relationships and friends. When do I find time to write? I’ve been struggling with this for a long time. 227 more words

writing: May draft update

I have news! The draft is complete! Except, it’s not… not really, but you know what I mean. This draft, as it stands, is completely revised and mostly rewritten. 119 more words

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Figuring It All Out

So, there’s a lot that’s been going on in my personal life that I’m working around and working through. But this is not the place to talk about that. 244 more words

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Camp is Over, I'm Still Revising

This year is all about revisions. From January to September, I’m not allowing myself to write anything new. I finished 1 novel already and I still have 3 that need to be revised. 264 more words

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Editing - Part 1

I have just recently finished a first draft of my novel and am in the editing/revision stages, so I thought this would be a good week to discuss my editing process. 944 more words

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Weekly Writerly Witterings ~ Revisiting Piecing Your Novel

witter (ˈwɪtə)
vb – (often foll by: on) to chatter or babble pointlessly or at unnecessary length
n – pointless chat; chatter
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