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your own writing

Editing Your Work: Things You Don’t See In Your Own Writing

It's easier to find flaws in someone else's work than it is in your own. There's a lot you can do to minimize errors and make your writing shine, but another set of eyes on your work is always a good idea.
editor's perspective

How To Read Your Writing From An Editor’s Perspective

Reviewing your writing from an editor's perspective can be a challenge, even for experienced writers. Here are strategies that can help you bring fresh eyes to your written work.
fiction with facts

Enhance Your Fiction With Facts

You can honor fact in fiction. Friends, family, locations, events… anything can be inserted into your story, with a wink to those who know the real truth.
write like you're someone else

Write Like You’re Someone — Or Something — Else

Approaching your craft from a different artistic perspective can unlock new ideas and expand your creative toolkit.
book edit

The Multi-Layer Book Edit

Be mindful of your work’s impact, implications, strengths, and weaknesses — at the micro and macro levels — to be a more powerful and versatile writer.
writer burnout

Avoiding Writer Burnout: Tips For Bedeviled Authors

Is there something noble — or inevitable — in suffering for art? Or can you relax, practice mindfulness, and do your best writing?<
writing routine

Establishing A Writing Routine: 10 Tips For Aspiring Authors

Establishing a routine can be an important part of the writing process. You can improve your productivity by sticking to a schedule that maximizes your creativity and keeps you focused.

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