So you’ve written that rough draft. Now what? For one thing, it’s probably chock full of errors, plot holes, character inconsistencies and plenty of other grammatical problems. I’m sure if you begin to read through it you will see them, glaring out from the page like the misshapen and malformed creatures from aContinue reading “5 Ways to Force Yourself to Edit Your Novel”
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When Do You Hit Your Stride?
Writing a novel like writing anything is hard work. It takes determination, skill and careful planning to get a novel off the ground. It is definitely not like writing a short story or a poem because of the sheer amount of words necessary, the characterization, the subplots and all of the other bells and whistlesContinue reading “When Do You Hit Your Stride?”