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Tag: writing advice
The end goal of any editing is to leave the writer excited to develop and strengthen their work with your comments while giving them the critiques they need to polish their work. Arwyn shares five things they always do when editing someone’s work.
Often, when writers want to learn a new skill or level up in one they’ve already cultivated, they’ll turn to re-reading a book they loved to dissect the inner workings and gain a better understanding of how a certain craft is done well.
Whether you’re writing historical fiction, a YA contemporary novel, or anything in between, these three tips can help take your research from strenuous to exciting, all while enhancing your storytelling.
Taking a writing break? Based on Casey’s experience, this is how you can maintain your momentum during a temporary writing break.
There’s a lot more to painting a memorable scene than simply constructing a solid foundation. With that in place, learn how to start layering substance on top of that groundwork.