Today, we explore 5 more ways to revise your story or article with IFW Instructor Susan Ludwig. Try one or more of these strategies for a stronger final piece.
Even if you don’t take part in the effort to write a novel in a month, there are benefits to NaNoWriMo that are worth adding to our writing life. Take a look.
Today, we explore four ways to revise a piece of writing with IFW Instructor Susan Ludwig. Try a new way of revising and see your work in a whole new light!
It’s rare to find a YA novel without any romantic elements and romance can appear in upper middle grade too. Check out these 4 tips for writing teen romance.
Good writing is often hidden in the clutter of a rough draft. One way to showcase your writing is to put your revision skills to use and cut that clutter out.
Revision and proofreading are two very different steps on the way to publication. Which one should you use and when? Read on for all the details!
Discover 4 essential steps to revising for theme including finding the theme and revealing it to your reader in subtle ways throughout the story. Read on!
When tackling revision, remember the story of the tortoise and the hare. Revising too fast can lead to poor results, but diligent work leads to success.
To do the hard work of revision in your writing, you need to understand what it’s meant to do. Spoiler alert: it’s not just about fixing mistakes.
The first step in writing is not writing. It begins in your head with the spark of an idea. What happens between the spark and writing the book is prewriting.
Let’s take a broad overview of the writing process and the pieces of the puzzle that go into pre-writing, writing, and post-writing in this post from Jan Fields.
3 tips for being a professional writer that editors want to work with in this post from Jan Fields. Take these suggestions to heart and go far in your career!
You finished writing your book. Yay! Now what? Jan Fields helps you make a plan for when you finish the book. You might be surprised at what comes next.
Revising to get within word count can be painful. Jan Fields shares revision techniques to make the process less painful and your writing stronger than ever.
The perfect ending is more than the point where you stop writing. It’s where everything you’ve written before pays off. Today, letâ€™s revise and stick the landing.
When writing for children, one of the toughest parts of any piece to write is the middle. Today we look at four revision tools to help you tackle the messy middle.
A big picture revision is to make sure your writing, whether fiction or nonfiction, engages the reader at the beginning, keeps the reader through the middle, and offers a satisfying ending.
Feedback for writers is one of the most important tools needed to get from first draft to polished, submission-ready manuscript.
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