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Writing Resolutions 2017

Posted by Rachel on January 10, 2017 in current event, discovery, editing, inspiration, planning, reading, writer's sketch, writing |

Last year I wrote a blog about my writing resolutions for 2016 and I more or less held myself to them all. Yay! Given the shit-storm that was 2016, I’m pretty surprised by that. Due to such an impressive feat, I’d like to complete a new list for this year and hopefully keep myself to […]

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Mastering PitchWars

Posted by Rachel on September 1, 2016 in current event, editing, outline, plot, query, structure, voice, writing, writing tips |

Yay! You’ve won PitchWars! You were chosen by a mentor and everything is awesome, right? WRONG. No, just kidding, it is pretty awesome! But the work has only just begun. There’s two-ish months between now and the showcase and there’s a lot left to do. When I was a mentee in PW14, I honestly had […]

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Rachel Rewrites

Posted by Rachel on July 22, 2016 in discovery, editing, inspiration, outline, planning, plot, structure, writing, writing tips |

Writing is rewriting is rewriting Drafting is great, sure, but editing has always been my favorite part of theĀ  writing process…until recently. With my current project, I encountered my first ever need to *gasp* rewrite. Not write more. Write the same things again, but better. All my editing prior to this was essentially adding meat […]

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Accountability for Writers

Posted by Rachel on March 23, 2015 in editing, inspiration, outline, planning, writing tips |

When working on a project, whether its research, a new shiny idea, a revision overhaul, or beta’ing for a friend, it can hard to juggle these demands along with all of life’s other priorities. I’m a very self-motivated and organized individual so keeping to a schedule comes fairly easily to me. However, that’s not the […]

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