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editing

Woohooooo!! If you’re here, that means you’ve finished your first draft (… at least it should. If you’re not done with your first draft yet, then you’re being naughty and peeking. Go back to either the section for pre-writing or for writing. Or go back to actually writing your draft. Stop peaking.), and are now truly turned towards the glorious future that awaits you.

Well done! You’ve single-handedly achieved more than probably around 99% of the writers who set out to write a book – no mean feat!

So give yourself a pat on the back (yeah, I know, that’s hard too), because the hardest part is done. Now all that’s left to do is put everything in cruise, and watch it all fall into place around you!

Yep, that’s how it actually works!

Ok, fine. If you insist on getting the truth, then I’ll give it to you. But remember that you’re the one who asked for it.

So… Yup, you’ve done the hardest bit, but the longest bit is still ahead of you… (Told you, you asked for it…)

But no worries, I’ve got you! Here you’ll find the best tips etc to help you edit your draft, polish it to a shine so that it becomes so truly amazing that agents will be begging to represent you (and also blinded by its glorious shine. You’ll want to send it out with a warning that they wear sunglasses¬† – maybe even a welding visor – when they read it)!

Let’s get on it!

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