5 Random Ways to Trim Your Manuscript – by Kathryn Craft …

on Writer Unboxed:

I have just finished a concision edit on my work-in-progress that I didn’t exactly aim to do.

Mainly, because I’d already done one. After my last full read, I’d finally captured the full emotional thrust of the story I’d always been going for. The cause-and-effect trajectory was all there, the turning points that solder arcs of change for the main characters were there, the stakes were high, the premise was fully explored. Its identity, tight.

But not tight enough. I was over my desired word count.

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