Why You *Shouldn’t* Edit That Last Scene Before Moving On – by Janice Hardy…

on Fiction University:

On Monday, I shared the pros of editing and reading what you wrote during your last writing session. Today, let’s look at the cons of doing so.

There’s a lot of advice that says editing what you just wrote is a bad idea. It’s better to start fresh and move forward with your current draft without worrying about what came before. That way, you can focus 100% on new material and have a much more productive day.

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One thought on “Why You *Shouldn’t* Edit That Last Scene Before Moving On – by Janice Hardy…

  1. This was really interesting and o totally agree. Personally I can’t write like this – when I do my first draft it’s like verbal diarrhoea, I have to get it all out before I can go back. But the points you’ve laid out are really useful. 😊

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