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Getting the best way to rework your novel
HINT: If you haven't completed your first design yet, don't be afraid! You will have completed the first design after a few days, a few month or years. It' been hard, probably, and there were some teardrops, but you did it. I hope you took the liberty of ordering your own homemade dominostix, because now the nasty part begins.
If you write the first sketch of your novel, you have a goal: "THE END". The first design can find a way with "insert epoxy battle here", because it is the first design. It is not just a matter of surviving another design. It' s a gigantic and sometimes apparently never-ending undertaking, but like everything in written form, if you have a blueprint, you can do it.
An audit schedule makes the big deal. Took me 14 years to complete a first design. By the time I had the final raw design, I had no clue how difficult it would be to rework this one. Reworking is an important thing to consider whether or not you have a ready first design, because when you learn how to rework, you actually learn how to types.
Let me give you a clear example of what the audit has done for me: I' m not going to tell lies and say there wasn't much sweating and tearing and manic typing due to insomnia behind this achievement, because there was it. However, I can say with 100% confidence that I would not have been able to finish my second volume as quickly or as well as I would have been without 1.
Each of my achievements and failings during this era gave me so much to learn about how to type and how to use it. I' d never thought how important it would be for my typing job to learn how to rework, but now that I have the right tool, I know that every new design I create, I become a better, more powerful and more effective author.
I don't want you stumbling around in review hell for 1. 5 years, as I did the first day I tried to rework my novel. That' s why I start the show "Rules of Revision" on this blogs. I will give you an insight into the policies that will help me to review them in an efficient and effective way.
We will discuss the best way forward today. If you are working with a disheveled raw design or still working on the completion of the first designs, these blogs will help you to become a better author. Let's start the shindig by debating the best way to overhaul it.
Particularly if you're trying to rework your novel for the first one. Well, at least they can't be on a train. To write a masterwork requires several rework. It is so much simpler to rework if you concentrate on one thing every single new design. I humbly think the best way to overwork is to go in passports.
Passport is when you make a round of reworking to better a particular thing in your history. By revising in passports, you can really concentrate on making your history a work of art, one review after another. Or you can go much quicker than trying to rework by beginning on the first page and working through to the end (the big error I made the first time).
Once I've finished my first design, I'll make a design for what I want to correct and work on. This means that when I am sitting down to work on my second design, the only thing I concentrate on is to make the story as close and thrilling as possible.
This also allows you to type quickly because you know that you don't have to "write" everything the first tim. I' m getting a bunch of e-mails from authors asking me how to fix a particular fight and 8/10, the response is to end the first one. Clarity is typing is hard.
Making the whole thing much simpler for yourself is to take the parts of your textbook apart and concentrate on one at a while.