Thursday, September 3, 2015

Better writing tips

This is very good advice. I have a number of manuscripts that I wrote in the last year and I refuse to send them to publishers before I have carried out a number of reviews/edits. It is true that a writer gets too close to their work, often missing the most obvious errors. But if the work is left for a month or more, you will read it with 'fresh eyes', freed from the natural bias all writers have for their newly written novel.

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