Many writers struggle. We hate our beginnings, revisions are a nightmare and endings can fizzle. We work, rework, cry, try again and still don’t nail it. The second act sags and we start wondering if maybe we should reconsider learning medical billing instead of writing. Yet, I do have good news. I’ve never worked with a
dying patient manuscript that couldn’t be saved.
Granted, we might have to do massive reconstructive surgery, but I have yet to have a patient die on the table :).
I’ve been blessed enough to help countless writers see the story they were trying to tell all along….just couldn’t seem to execute. Often this is a perceptual problem.
We can be too close to our own work.
Also, remember, high school and college English classes aren’t preparation for understanding HOW to create a work spanning 60,000-110,00…
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