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How should you edit your own work for publication?


Also, are there any differences between editing for online publication, blogs, and physical publication.

 

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Jeannie InABottle (Jeannieinabottle) says

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    Writer Chuck 4 years ago

    I read my work over upon finishing it and correct any glaring mistakes. I come back the next day and read it aloud, trying to listen as if i've never heard it before. If possible i like to read it again the third day.

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    Edwin Brown 4 years ago

    To me, there are a couple of levels of editing. The simplest is to check for spelling errors and mistakes in grammar. The other, more complex area to review and correct when necessary is what I call clarity and coherence, a clear and logical flow.

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