There are very few things as painful as having to cut a 6,000-word-long story down to under 3,000 words. Still, sometimes it's necessary. Editing and proofreading things has become almost as prevalent in my life as writing itself - I'm in the process of going through two novels for two different friends of mine (which I'll … Continue reading Learning to edit
Since I came across great sites during my adventures in the writing world, I thought it might be good to share them with you, since you might find them useful, too!
At day #12 of NaNoWriMo, I'm quickly realizing the words that I seem unable to spell correctly no matter how many times I write them. It's absolutely ridiculous. I know how to write these words -at least, some part of my brain must know, because I correct myself every time- but no matter how many times I write … Continue reading Seven words I constantly misspell