Making a Big Revision? Stitching Our Story’s Rips Together – From Jami Gold’s blog


Writers Helping Writers: Deepen Your Craft with Resident Writing Coach Jami Gold

It’s time for another one of my guest posts over at Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi’s Writers Helping Writers site. As one of their Resident Writing Coaches, I’ve previously shared:

With this turn for another coaching article at WHW, I’m taking a look at one of the problems we encounter with major revisions. We often have to rip our story apart before we can make our fixes, and that means we have to be careful when putting our story back together again.

Today we’re going to dig into that process: How can we make sure we’ve smoothed out the stitches between the old and new parts of our story?

Read the rest of this post HERE.

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