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Posts tagged developmental editing
My Top Tips for World Building

World building is a huge topic to cover, but it’s also one that is important when thinking about crafting your story. Whether the world is real or made up world, it’s necessary to bring the setting alive for readers to help them get invested in your book! World building also ridiculously cool (when done right). I’m going to break down my top world building tips for you, and your goal is to implement these tips into your story in different ways.

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The Four Stages of Editing (and why they're REALLY important)

There’s a lot of confusion among writers and editors (if we’re being completely honest) about the different types of editing stages that a manuscript goes through. So here I am, ready to dispel some of that misinformation (or to cause more misinformation, I guess you never know). The problem with naming different types of editing is that no one can quite agree on what to call the four stages. Is it line or substantive? Copyedit or proofread? Developmental or manuscript assessment?

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