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Novel Editing (WH Self-Study #6)

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Novel Editing includes four full seminars that were originally produced for my Writers' Huddle members-only site, and which are now available on a self-study basis.

The seminars are:

Structuring and Outlining Your Novel, with K.M. Weiland, covering:

  • Why structure matters, whether you’re a “plotter” or a “pantser” when it comes to writing
  • The ten key structural moments of a novel, and how far through your story they should each occur
  • The difference between outlining and structuring, and the different types of outline you might write
  • Common mistakes that writers (even published ones) make when it comes to structure

Revising & Editing Fiction (video), covering:

  • The difference between revising and editing
  • Key issues to look for regarding character, plot and setting
  • Typical problems that writers need to tackle during detailed editing
  • Specific examples of detailed editing in action

Seven Things to Watch Out For When You Rewrite Your Novel, covering:

  • First steps after finishing your manuscript to plan your edits
  • Improving your book by streamlining characters and plots
  • Avoiding the introduction of errors and plot holes while making large edits
  • Tips for writers who under-write in their first draft

How to Keep Track of Your Novel When You're Editing, covering:

  • How to work through your first few drafts
  • Dealing with editorial feedback and proofreads
  • Making sure you stay organised during editing
  • How to cope when things get complicated

All seminars are audio mp3s unless otherwise indicated. Each seminar comes with a full, nicely edited transcript, plus a downloadable worksheet that includes a summary and suggested further reading.

You will get a ZIP (141MB) file
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