Your Story Is Worth It: How to Edit Your NaNoWriMo Novel
You finished NaNoWriMo! Now you have a 50,000-word novel stored safely on your computer. You’ve spent a couple of months celebrating your accomplishment and relishing the sleep you’re now getting.
But what now?
Whether you intend to pitch your novel to traditional publishers, self-publish, post it in a blog series, or simply share it with friends and family, you should be editing your novel now. If you wait much longer, you’ll run the risk of losing steam and putting it off indefinitely. And your story is worth being shared!
If the idea of self-editing your novel leaves your hands frozen on your keyboard, don’t worry. I can help. Let’s look at some tips and ideas for approaching your first round of NaNoWriMo editing.
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