Wow. We’ve been looking at this manuscript (again) for 30 weeks. My does time fly! I think at this point I have hacked up and drilled everything they had to say as much as possible. The rest of their comments are just repeats of the same mistakes throughout the work.
Sooooo….. This is the last one. Thirty posts in all.
I have good news to share! The Gold Mine Manuscript (My friends manuscript that all these posts were based on) has been picked up for publication in 2016! Woo-hoo! Here is proof that one rejection is not the end all of everything. Just dust yourself off, make changes where necessary, and get back into the race!
So, did this help you? Did you learn from this? I totally did. My novel is much more crisp, clean, and fluid as a result of all this information. I hope you have benefitted as well.
Now the only problem is…. What do I post about on Monday nights from now on?
**GACK** I have no idea!
Here are all the lessons in a sparkly package for you. If you missed one, I’d suggest going back and taking a look. Heck, maybe read them over again to get a fresh perspective.
I hope that you have all benefitted from these lessons as much as I have. I’d also like to send out a special “thanks” to the brave author who was nice enough to allow me to slice and dice her red-lined manuscript for all the world to learn from.
Just out of curiosity, which lessons helped you the most?
I truly hope all of you will have the opportunity one day to add the revised version of the Gold Mine Manuscript into your own libraries. Once it is published, (with the author’s permission) I will let you know so you can all see the value of good clear suggestions, and the results of hard work and editing.
Don’t forget to let me know which one you enjoyed the most!