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The Most Important Edit No One Talks About By Laura Drake

Everyone knows what I call the 10,000 foot edit – it’s the content/developmental edit – it’s looking at your story from a plane, to spot the plot mountains and canyons that need to be fixed. Genre no-no’s? Unsatisfying ending? That night with the weasel scene? Everyone knows about ground level edits – copy/line/stylistic edits that …
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Blurb Do’s (But Mostly Don’ts): Writing Blurbs That Sizzle–and Sell! by Karen S. Wiesner

As I’ve probably stated before in my writing reference titles, articles and workshops, I’m not a big believer in hard-and-fast rules, and even the ones stated in this lesson can be legitimately broken. I break them all the time myself–if you take a look at the blurb examples on my Blurb Service website. The short …
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Classes Starting the Week of March 4

Web Design with WordPress with Terri Main Advanced Writing with Laura Drake Writing Blurbs that Sizzle—And Sell! with Karen Wiesner 10 Out of the Box Ways to Market Your Work in Progress with Patricia Fischer Special Events, Programs, and Webinars starting this week WordWonders: Irene Roth’s Mentoring and Instruction Program for Writers ~ Continual Intake  …