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Edit like an Editor: A Wattpad Guide | Taking Requests

Edit like an Editor: A Wattpad Guide | Taking Requests

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Jen By jgfairytales Updated 6 hours ago

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• Do you find yourself with too many typos? They're so simple; you don't understand how you're not catching them!
• Grammar and spelling tools also don't always find your slip-ups.
• Is English grammar just not your thing?
• Are you a victim of writer's block?
• Do your characters' personalities fall flat?
• Have you finished your first draft and don't know where to go from there?
• Are you in the bulk of your revising stage and could use some guidance?

jgfairytales has compiled this guidebook together through her experience as a Wattpad editor and critic. She knows what the Wattpad writer struggles with. She wants to help you learn how to not make those slip-ups again, and she does so with easy-to-understand writing.

Learn how to edit your work like an editor through these chapters full of detailed explanations, examples, guides, and tips from yours truly.

After reading this guidebook, you will walk away with an understanding of (American) English grammar and the confidence to comfortably edit your own work.

The end goal for every writer is, of course, publication. jgfairytales even has a few tips for you to reach that goal and how to stay on track.

jgfairytales has grown as an editor and critic from college courses, textbooks, guidebooks, the Internet, editing and critiquing others' work, and editing her own work. All references used will be cited so you may also refer to them if you wish to.

A bit about the author: jgfairytales has been on Wattpad for over 7 years. She has edited and critiqued other Wattpad authors' work over a handful of times. You may learn more by checking out her other book, "jgfairytales Services."

Updates: Every Sunday starting August 2016.
Estimated completion date: August 2017.

Jennifer Gioia. Copyright © 2016-2017. All Rights Reserved.

zuko_42 zuko_42 Mar 10
It's a good practice. It promotes your skill, and it's also nice for your esteem should you ever be needing a boost. ^_^
thehiddenblackpearl thehiddenblackpearl Oct 02, 2016
I love this book so much. Everything's explained in great detail and the examples and explanations are so clear and on point. I personally can't wait for some parts that're yet to come! :)
starhavens starhavens Aug 20, 2016
aww, that is so sweet of you. I know your mother will be so proud of you.