Tag Archives: revision

Year in review: 2014

It’s that time of year when we like to look back on our accomplishments (or lack thereof) before setting goals for the future. Back in January I posted some writing goals for the year, so let’s take stock and see … Continue reading

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What revision looks like

And this is one of the pages I’m keeping. But progress is being made.

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Revision: Paper vs. screen steel cage match

I’ve written before about how I’m approaching some things differently with the revision on my recently completed work in progress, Arcanum. After some consideration, though, there’s one thing I’m doing the same: revising on paper. It is certainly true that … Continue reading

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The dreaded synopsis

As part of my revision process with my work in progress, I just finished writing a synopsis. Crafting the dreaded synopsis is one task that most writers loathe. Why? It’s not that creative. It requires cutting, cutting, and more cutting. … Continue reading

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Goals for revision

I’ve written about my book-mapping process before. Now that I’m finally done mapping all 78 scenes for my book, I can gird up my loins for the hard work of revision. The most important thing to me is what the … Continue reading

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