Great writing is about connecting with the reader. Whether you’re writing a fantasy novel, a film review or a letter to the Queen, the goal is the same: to grab the reader’s interest from the off, keep them reading—and, above all, to have them thirst for more.
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As a writer, it’s more than likely that you want to focus on the creative side of things. I know I do. But the editing process is an important one—nay, an essential one—and as strange as it may sound, it’s something I’ve come to love. Call me a weirdo (most of my friends do) but there are few things I enjoy more than sitting down and combing through a lengthy piece of prose for repetitiousness, malapropisms, and misplaced apostrophes.
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