A Fantasy Novelist’s Approach to Editing

My recent guest post with Candace Johnson from Change It Up editing. It describes my personal approach to editing, which I’ll describe in much more detail in my upcoming writer’s handbook. Please check it out and give Candace’s wonderful site your support.

Change It Up Editing

Screen Shot 2013-05-06 at 12.06.02 PMI am impressed with any writer who manages to blog and write every day! Fantasy writer Victoria Grefer, author of The Crimson League, does just that, and you can read her daily blog about creative writing and marketing fiction at www.crimsonleague.com. Her blogs are full of wonderful information any writer can use, and she graciously accepted my invitation to share tips about her editing process with you. Victoria will soon release a writer’s handbook titled Writing for You: A Novelist’s Guide to the Craft of Fiction, which addresses aspects of not only mechanics and style, but the emotional barriers that can impede aspiring writers (and even experienced ones) from making progress with their work.

If you’ve ever been flummoxed by editing your own work (and who hasn’t?), I know you’ll enjoy reading Victoria’s insights. Take it away, Victoria!


I’m a fantasy writer, and like many writers of all…

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