This is kind of a different post… a good different. I think.
So I felt like writing out some questions for myself when editing. I thought I would share these revising questions with you all, too. That’s what I’m here for, right? These definitely don’t cover everything that comes with editing, but it’s still a lot. A lot to think about.
Here’s my challenge for you: Read through these. Say your answers out loud and find something in your novel to support your answer. If you don’t like your answer, write it down. Make a list of things you still need to change and fix in your future drafts. Maybe come back towards the end of your editing process and go through these again. They’ve helped me and I hope they help you.
When you are reading through them it might feel like an interrogation… but it’s worth it.
There are 59 of them, so buckle up and grab a pen. This might take a little bit of time… Why 59? Why not 60? Well, I’m a writer. I’ve got to keep it interesting.
Have fun 😉
I hope these helped you. I really enjoyed writing them. It made me think about the things I’ve still got to fix… but I like doing it in the format of questions. Maybe I’ll make more posts like this in the future. Questions for planning and outlining and writing… yeah. That will be fun.
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