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Life Cycle of a Writer : Editorial Revisions

Hello!

Today I’m vlogging about receiving revision notes from my editor, Charlotte Ledger at HarperImpulse. If you have three and a half minutes to spare, please do take a look.

 

 

 

Sue

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6 thoughts on “Life Cycle of a Writer : Editorial Revisions

  1. Very interesting. Did you not get a track changes version of your story w comments & changes on that, or was it only the email from your editor you had to work from?
    I tend to get the first & like you I work through the manuscript fixing the little bits first, then going back to work on the harder bits, having made myself a notes sheet on main things to fix.
    Thanks for the video.
    Liam πŸ™‚

    • Hi Liam, thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment. These are structural notes concerning the novel generally, things like plot holes, continuity, things which don’t work or need expanding on. Once I’ve made the revisions, I’ll send it back to my editor who will then take it through its copy & line edit paces – that’s when I get the track changes and specific comments.

      I always find it interesting to see how everyone works.
      Thanks again.
      Sue πŸ™‚

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