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RE: Fiction Developmental Review Checklist

in #inkubator4 years ago

I focus my posts on travel and veganism but when I read your tips I see that I keep doing same mistakes all over. I agree with you that when you write something it does make sense to you. You don't write it to confuse the readers :) And it's always good to have someone read your words and provide you with the constructive feedback. This might be a painful process for both side.

I like how much detail you provided about the review process. Especially the part with 'Other' got my attention as there are many useful tips. When I think about my school days I'm sure that our teacher didn't go so deep into the texts written by kids. Otherwise the marks would be very different :)

Thank you for sharing such detailed analysis!

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Once you become aware of your habits, it's far easier to change them. Letting a piece rest for at least a day, if not a week or month, can make a big difference in how easily you can see your own flaws. Also be honest with yourself about where you are in your writing journey. You might not be ready to tackle everything at once. Focus on a few areas at a time then move on when you've strengthened your skills.

I think that your first sentence can be applied for many things other than writing ;) It's a good tip!

Thank you for getting back to me and for your suggestions.

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