Margaret Atwood’s Ten Rules

Take a pencil to write with on aeroplanes. Pens leak. But if the pencil breaks, you can’t sharpen it on the plane, because you can’t take knives with you. Therefore: take two pencils. If both pencils break, you can do a rough sharpening job with a nail file of the metal or glass type. Take […]

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Editing

Three Types Of Editing

There are three different types of editing, from the macro to the micro. There is no set order for these and they can be done at anytime and often can be visited more than once through the process of your writing. 1. Macro edits Rewriting and changing the plot in major ways, adding or changing […]

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