I don’t talk about the mechanics of writing much on this blog—I stick to what’s going on in my life and what I find interesting in the world. But I’m REALLY passionate about the writing process, publishing yourself, and (especially) doing it well (I am a bit of a perfectionist).
So I’m excited to tell you about this: Pen and Muse is hosting a free month-long Summer School for bloggers, writers, readers, and everyone in between. Week One was all about blogging, Week Two was about getting your novel started, and now we’re in Week Three—all things editing. Coming up in Week Four, they’ll be covering marketing.
I LOVE EDITING. (I may have mentioned that before.) And the lovely Muses are letting me go on and on (and on) about editing for the next two days. I’m SO excited to be sharing the love. :-)
Today I have a post up about the different types of editing—what they are and why you need them if you’re a writer. And tomorrow I’ll be talking about how to edit your book yourself, what manuscript problems to look for and how to fix them. I’ll even show the evolution of a paragraph from first draft to final. (It’s good stuff, I tell you!)
So if you’re interested, go check out my posts and/or all the great posts they’re gathering for this free series.
(And come back tomorrow for another teaser from Anywhere. :-)
Have a great day, everyone!