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START AT THE BEGINNING
You’ve finished a draft (or several drafts) of a story you’re excited about. You set it aside to cool for several days, then reread it. While you’re still pleased with the story, you have to admit it needs more work—not just polishing, but re-engineering for better pace, suspense, and focus. If you’re like most writers, you may also find it’s run considerably over the word length you were aiming for, an important consideration if you’re planning to submit the story to editors. Today we're starting at the beginning to reshape your story.
I never would of thought about writing in a mathematical formula, find the equation, kind of problem solving as a way to find balance on the page. Nice concept.
Uthis is great
This is very good information... Thank you for the podcast.
Great tips, thanks!! Looking forward to Part 2 already. And I'm doing very well, thank you :-D. How are you, Katie?
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