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Writing A Book: Revision
Learn how to take your first draft to a complete story that is ready for critique and how to deal with the feedback.
Created by Perry Wilson, offered on Udemy
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Revision is the real story craft of any writing project. Now that you have your first draft on the page, you might think revision is a chore. Having a great process to analyze the manuscript and tighten up the characters, plot, and tension is vital to polishing the gem.
I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free, Michelangelo.
You first draft is that piece of marble. Revision is the act of setting the angel free.
What you will learn
- You willl learn what to look for in each of 3 passes at revision
- You will learn how to give and receive critique feedback
- You will gain an understanding of your person writing quirks
- You will receive tools to support your work in the revision process
- A first draft of a book