Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Another New Link

My friend Carolyn Arnold is writing about her journey into the great publishing sea.  And she's doing it quite well, I might add.  Please go see her at A Writer's Journey.  Her latest post is about editing and is highly informative for those who think their first drafts are perfect (they aren't) or that they can edit the moment they finish typing "the end" (you shouldn't).  Editing is where the writing begins, to paraphrase Mark Twain.  And Carolyn does a great job of pointing that out.

1 comment:

  1. Mark Twain definitely knew what he was talking about.

    It can be hard to see edits through to the end but if a writer actually wants something to come of their work, there's not much choice.

    A valuable asset to me has been reaching out to other writers and developing a support network.

    Thank you for the mention, Scott.