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Writing Lesson-No6

GRAMMAR IS NOT SET IN STONE If I were attempting to write a literary novel matching the genius of Shakespear  (If he did in fact write, but that’s another story for another blog), you would expect my grammar and sentence structure to be written in a way that would make any English Professor proud. The […]

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Editing- Writing Lesson No5

So, I have been really busy over the last few weeks editing my first novel. Initially I would spend two days editing, then spend another day or so on another project. A word from the now wise…that approach doesn’t work! I would love to be one of those women who boast about their ability to […]

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EDITING MY NOVEL

At last, I have finally taken my novel from Scrivener on my Netbook  and transferred it to a word document on my laptop. I then backed it up onto a USB stick and all I need to do now is edit the whole thing!   The picture left is where I wrote most of my book. My […]

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LOST NOVEL – writing lessons 1-4

So there I was, novel finished and ready for editing when I accidentally wiped the whole of my text from my Scrivener project file! After a typical Essex girl OH MY GOD freak out, I calm down as I remember that Scrivener automatically backs up my work. unfortunately, when I went into what I thought […]

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