Quick Tips Part 1

The video below contains quick tips and things to remember as you write your first draft. Getting your story down on paper or typing frantically on your laptop is easy. The hard part surfaces when you begin to edit that first draft. There is so much to be mindful of, so many rules, DOs and DON'Ts, accepted practices and NO-NOs, when writing a book. Not to mention structure, plot, pace, and character development. Completing a book is often overwhelming at first but once you get the guidelines and all the nuances straight, the process is easier to handle. Stay focused and tackle things one at a time. Keep learning and adding to your writing repertoire. You can start with a few of the easy fixes in the video, as you trim and complete rewrites.


Stay tuned for Part 2.






Hi. I'm Liz Ambrico, freelance proofreader and aspiring author. I too am querying agents, editors, and publishers in hopes of becoming a published author.

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I co-founded and managed a successful author and writer group on Long Island for five years. During events with publishers and authors I learned what matters, what agents are looking for, and the benefits and pitfalls of traditional publishing vs. self-publishing.

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