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A Step-by-Step Editing Plan to Prevent Resistance Part 2 Guest Post by Mary Carroll Moore


Knowing what you’ll do when you start editing a manuscript reduces the resistance you might experience when you transition from drafting to editing. In our previous post, Mary Carroll Moore, author of Your Book Starts Here and a dozen other books, writing teacher, editor and book doctor (more about Mary), shared her insights in Steps […]

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A Step-by-Step Editing Plan Can Prevent Resistance Guest Post by Mary Carroll Moore


Of course resistance can arise at any stage, but many writers stall out in the transition from drafting to revising. Revising is so different from drafting, it’s not surprising if you find yourself postponing or looking for direction in unusual places, say your sock drawer or the back of your fridge. In this guest post […]

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