Tips and Tricks from the Editor

Trick from the Editor's Hat

Trick from the Editor’s Hat: The Backwards Edit

During a backwards edit, you read a manuscript from the last sentence backwards to the first. When you do this, you’re unable to focus on the story; sentences lose their contextual meaning. As a consequence you focus entirely on the words. (View post for more information.)

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