NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) has come to an end, but if you love the work you did during the process then that means it’s time to take your work to the next step. Heather R. Todd, an accomplished editor, writer, and marketer, has some advice for taking your manuscript through the next stages of the writing and editing process. Heather recommends letting your NaNoWriMo novel rest until January so that you can look at the manuscript again with fresh eyes. She also thinks it’s a good idea to print out the manuscript so that you can edit with pen and paper. This also helps you to see the work in a new way. When it comes to crutch words she suggests that you pick out certain words to have your editor look out for when going through your manuscript. To see all of her advice check out the full article below!
Read the full article here: Life After NaNoWriMo: #BBChat Recap
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