Editing Fiction at Sentence Level
Hone your novel line craft
Learn how to line edit your book
Fiction is about flow, rhythm, mood, voice and style. But mostly it’s about story. When writers self-edit at line level with confidence, story is elevated and enhanced by the sentence, not buried beneath it.
Editing Fiction at Sentence Level shows you how to hone your line craft so that your narrative and dialogue compel readers to turn the page.
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PART 1: INTRODUCTION
PART 2: CHECKING NARRATIVE
PART 3: CHECKING DIALOGUE AND THOUGHTS
PART 4: PESKY PUNCTUATION
PART 5: IS IT A RULE?
PART 6: TRACKING STORY
PART 7: INITIAL PREP AND FINAL PROOFS
GLOSSARY OF TERMS