The First Three Drafts: Laying Down the Basics for a Good Book

Whipping a book into shape takes time and effort. Growing something from an idea into a fully fledged story with characters and events will require stamina and lots of rewriting. One way to make that process easier is to implement a great drafting system, one where the first three drafts will provide you with what …

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Submitting to Publishers and Agents

So you’ve done it. You’ve written your first book, had favorable feedback from everyone you’ve shown it to, and spell-checked it for the millionth time. Now all that’s left to do is send it off to an agent or publisher, right? The answer is of course, yes, but before you do you might want to …

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