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This post was originally from July 2013, and we are re-posting as this month on the blog we are focusing on editing. ——– So this blog post isn’t just an excuse to post pictures of my trip to the Harry … Continue reading

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This month on the blog, we are still talking about editing, so we asked a few agency clients to share their favorite editorial notes: Katy Cannon Twitter: @KatyJoCannonMy agent, Gemma, always writes the best comments on my manuscripts. Some are insightful, … Continue reading

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Another popular archived post on editing for your weekend reading pleasure:  Last year, I did a series of posts with some tips on how to polish your manuscript before submission, including:     • Dialogue tags   • Editing ‘as’ … Continue reading

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A guest post from TBA client Martin Stewart. Back to the Future was nearly called Spaceman from Pluto. Toy Story’s initial storyboards cast Sheriff Woody as a sarcastic bully who picked mercilessly on Buzz. In Melville’s first draft, the opening line … Continue reading

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Continuing our posts on editing, an fantastic archived post from Jenny Bent:   Lately I’ve been reading some really otherwise great manuscripts that seem to share the same three problems.  Since I’m seeing these missteps so much, I’m figuring that … Continue reading

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Continuing our month discussing revision, we have a great post from the archives by TBA agent Gemma Cooper: Dialogue tags are tricky beasts, and in submissions and client manuscripts I find the same errors come up again and again. Can … Continue reading

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These next few months are all about editing on the blog, so we’ve asked some TBA clients a question:   “How do you tackle your edits?”     S.E. Green, author of KILLER WITHIN   www.segreen.net   Twitter: @segreenauthor   … Continue reading

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