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Old 09-03-2012, 09:43 PM   #18
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Couldn't agree more. This is a really good discussion. What works for me, and something I've learned the hard way, is after the story's edited and seen a few other eyes, to let the writing sit for a while, the longer, the better, then revisit, and then one's eyes catches all the little things that weren't seen before. After one more quick proofread, it's ready. I have a whole blog article on editing and when's enough:

http://innerskybooks.blogspot.ca/201...necessity.html
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