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The Way To See It

I’ve read a ton of middle grade books throughout my childhood and career – many of them more than once. But my own stories are ones I’ve read dozens of times. My first attempt at writing and editing a story … Continue reading

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It’s a Different Story

Writing is a solitary venture, or let’s call that rewriting. The seemingly never ending review of your own words can look different depending on the process. Rereading your words on the same computer screen over and over again may keep … Continue reading

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Expanding Your Editing View

As an author gets close to telling the story the way they intended, there are many editing sessions where words and story telling hopefully become better. It’s a long, difficult process. One strategy I have used has been helpful for … Continue reading

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Quick Editing Tips

If you are on your umpteenth read through of your manuscript, things are looking pretty familiar. You have said what you have wanted to say in the best way possible… or is it? Try these quick editing tips to make … Continue reading

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