Tag: editing

Behind “The Process”: Sentence Design 101 (The Art of REARRANGEMENT)

Words not coming out right on the page? Don’t toss it out! You might only need to tweak a sentence or two. Here’s how I rework a sentence that doesn’t flow right…

Behind “The Process”: Just Kill Em Already (Editing)

Don’t freak out–it’s just a euphemism. I’m referring to the quote all English majors are familiar with: “In writing, you must kill all your darlings.” – William Faulkner There are plenty of writers’ resource websites out there that break this down. What makes mine… Continue Reading “Behind “The Process”: Just Kill Em Already (Editing)”

Behind “The Process”: Rewriting

Hey fellow writers! While writing my book, my friends and family constantly asked me: “Are you almost done yet?” They, like most people, don’t fully understand what “The Process” entails. They think you just write something and there ya go. Donesies. Not quite. I… Continue Reading “Behind “The Process”: Rewriting”