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Nicole Moon published a collection of poetry Jun 13
I'm gonna dive into editing. I haven't done anything writing related for so long so I'm a little intimidated. I've also never really properly edited a book so I'm a little scared, but it's time for me to fight for my dreams again. No more excuses.
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Caterina Campbell Jun 12
I thought writing & editing a book would be the hardest part if this journey. Turns out, it's writing a blurb and selecting an image for the cover. Who knew?
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L. Limpkin Jun 13
Am I weird because I love editing? Most writers here seem to hate it.
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M C Sheridan Jun 13
guess what, friends?! I just got my very first royalty payment for $4.68!! I know it's not a lot but to me it means the absolute world. I'm so happy I could jump, skip & shout for joy! Hoorah!Please celebrate with me! πŸ˜ƒπŸ’œπŸŒŸπŸŽŠπŸŽ‰πŸΎ
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Alaine Greyson is writing book 2 Jun 12
I just deleted 100 instances of β€˜that’ from my book.
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Writing & Editing 23h
Every story that you write helps you understand the kind of writer you can be. You learn the most from editing your work each time. It's worth it to finish it. -Wrtr Writing.
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Emily M. Dietrich Jun 17
Let’s do a FIRST LINE frenzy! πŸŽ‰ What’s the opening sentence of your ??
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Morgan Wright Jun 13
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A.N. Medina 15h
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A Ros by any other name 2m
I've edited the Worst Conversation (so many notes to self, so much stilted dialogue and infodumping, so, SO bad...). Now I have something halfway decent to read out at writing group next Tuesday.
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Lisa’s working on sequels Jun 16
Posts everywhere about how difficult writing is, but personally feel it’s as innate as breathing. I’m not saying what I produce is better than someone who struggles through it. Who else sees writing as gift, not a chore?
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Michele Sagan Jun 18
, do you get any help from an before you publish or send your MS off for (on )? Please tell us why in the comments. πŸ–Š
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Writing & Editing Jun 11
When writing you should feel the pulse of the reader, the peaks and valleys in your writing. Make sure to spend enough time away from your writing, so you can come back to it and read it like a reader would. -Wrtr
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Brenda Sutton Rose Jun 18
I'm surrounded by young writers. Where are the writers my age?
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Heather DiAngelis Jun 13
The joys of working at home for the day and chatting with coworkers.
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Jess Lawrence Jun 19
– hit me with your LEAST favourite writing advice. Bonus points if you can say why you hate it. I'm doing research for a blog. Mine is in the comments.
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Adriana Allegri Jun 12
The future is wide open. Choose wisely. πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™
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Writing & Editing Jun 14
As an author be you. Your best readers follow you as an author and not just for one book or story. Who you are as a storyteller and novelist matters. Be you in your writing. -Wrtr Writing.
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Malcolm Schmitz 18h
More follies, at page 65 of 180some:
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Tabatha Shipley 25m
"Issue settled, Roland returns to his sheet." Sheet? Really, past me? SEAT. He's sitting in a SEAT. (STILL)
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