How to Make Your Words Count – a TGNA Post

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It’s Writing Wednesday over at The Great Noveling Adventure and I’m discussing ideas to help you make every word count.

Here’s a preview:

There comes a point in the revision process where you can no longer see the verbs for the the clauses. You lose your perspective, along with the will to slash and burn unnecessary words. You may even go slightly mad.

Have no fear!

Newberry award winning author Linda Sue Park has some fantastic ideas to help you change the way you see your story and how to make every word count. I was lucky enough to hear this first-hand at the SCBWI LA summer conference during her keynote speech entitled “The How of It: Making Every Word Count”.

Here are a few of those great ideas that might just save you from setting fire to that beloved manuscript:

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