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Good Writing Habits
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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1. PREPARATION
(i) HOW TO HAVE IDEAS
(ii) RECORD EVERYTHING!
(iii) READING FOR INSPIRATION
(iv) WHERE TO START
(v) REAL FEELINGS
(vi) REAL FEELINGS IN FANTASY
(vii) TO PLAN OR NOT TO PLAN
(viii) WRITING TO A RECIPE

2. WRITING THROUGH
(i) WRITING ROUTINE
(ii) OVERNIGHTING
(iii) PRE-FILMING
(iv) FROM STATIC TO DYNAMIC
(v) CREATING INTO A SPACE
(vi) GETTING STUCK
(vii) FACE UP TO IT NOW!

3. FEEDBACK & REVISION
(i) YOUR READERS ARE YOUR NOVEL
(ii) FEEDBACK FROM ORDINARY READERS
(iii) FEEDBACK FROM OTHER WRITERS
(iv) FEEDBACK FROM EDITORS
(v) RE-PRIORITISING
(vi) TAKE CHANGES ON BOARD
(vii) REVISION THAT ESCALATES
(viii) KILLING YOUR DARLINGS
(ix) AREAS FOR IMPROVEMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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