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The Edit Grind, NaNoE Upgrades

Because of the time spent on the editing, I’m honestly not close enough to completing Accidental Distance yet. That is, at the time of starting writing what will be shared today.

You will note, firstly, that I adjusted NaNoE. I’ve added a few things that would make me feel a lot better about it, coming from the Computer Science studies I’ve gone through.

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NaNoE: Updates and Changes

Today we step back into work on NaNoE for ourselves. There are simple things we are doing for our strategy here, it should help with converting our novels written in NaNoE in the future.

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The Ideas Behind the Second Edit

There are interesting thoughts, and feelings, that come out of the fact that you get to read through your own novel. I happen to struggle a bit to sit down and read a physical book, or screen. My go-to happens to be having it read to me, there happen to be quite a few applications you can use to do that.

Technically, this inspired me to try to go through my backed up books in reading a book a month, though it isn’t what we will focus on today. There are a few steps that you can use for your second edit. It really helps to go through your entire novel.

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Starting NaNoWriMo Practice

Through discussions with friends, I found a few would love to try out writing for NaNoWriMo this year. That is all fine and a great idea.

The focus should be, with there being a few months till this year’s NaNo, practicing writing a bit. Writing challenges. It is quite easy to do writing challenges to pick up your writing.

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Accidental Distances: The Edit Grind

I’m sure you can understand that it takes time to finish off your first edit. This, being my first full novel edit, happens to be quite tedious and time consuming. I am trying my best to move further, slightly quicker.

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