Wednesday Woo: The End?

You’ve reached the end of your story, congratulation. Now what? A first draft is great but no way close to being ready for print.

It is time for editing, revising and deep thinking and you’re wonder how to start?

The first recommendation is usually is to put it away, and not look at it for while. You’ll get a better perspective of it and come back to it with fresh eyes. Here’s a few question to ask before you put your work to bed.

11 Questions to Ask Yourself When You Reach the End

Then when you are ready to begin the revision process, here are a few different approaches and tips for revising:

http://jenniferblanchard.net/revision-road-map/

http://warriorwriters.wordpress.com/2013/08/21/six-easy-tips-for-self-editing-your-fiction/

http://hollylisle.com/one-pass-manuscript-revision-from-first-draft-to-last-in-one-cycle/

http://www.helpingwritersbecomeauthors.com/2013/06/how-i-self-edit-my-novels-15-steps-from.html

http://www.cherylklein.com/id21.html

 

Is it Worth Revising?