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Old 08-26-2012, 09:49 AM   #13
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Originally Posted by VydorScope View Post
Correct. At some point you have to say "enough" and release it. I think the OP question was, how do you know when to say "enough"?
Pretty close. I accept that there can be no hard or fast rules here, but I was curious to know whether any other writers here had their methods of deciding when to call it a day on a manuscript. Do you treat every manuscript separately, or do you have a set procedure that every manuscript goes through?

At the moment I'm very much treating each new manuscript separately. I was wondering if this changed for people as they gained more experience. Just curious.
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