Revision Week: Winner and Week Off

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Dear Readers…

I hope you enjoyed DearEditor.com’s third annual Revision Week. I created this event to bring you insights and inspiration as you work through the ups and downs of revision, and. I’m honored that five talented authors helped me do that. Thanks to them and to you for joining in with your comments, and congrats to the giveaway winners, including Rachel Stones, winner of yesterday’s Free Full Manuscript Edit giveaway. If you haven’t had your fill of revision insights, click here for the Revision Week Archive. And now I shall take a breather for a week, returning on May 19 to the usual format, with answers to the craft and industry questions you wonder about. Until then…

Happy revising!
The Editor

The Editor is grateful for the authors who made Revision Week 2014 informative, inspiring, and fun. In case you missed any of the interviews, here are the direct links:

Marla Frazee, two-time Caldecott Honor-winning picture book author/illustrator. http://deareditor.com/?p=6117

Jean Ferris, award-winning author of nineteen young adult novels. http://deareditor.com/?p=6174

Joni Rodgers, best-selling novelist and ghostwriter. http://deareditor.com/?p=6202

Warren Fahy, best-selling author of science-based thrillers. http://deareditor.com/?p=6227

Denise Grover Swank, best-selling author of YA, NA, and novels for adults. http://deareditor.com/?p=6244

More fabulous interviews in the Revision Week Archive.

8 Comments

    • Thanks, Teresa. I plan to indulge in some sunrise hikes, Bloody Jack audiobooks (L.A. Meyer’s fab YA series), and extra writing time for myself. Now if I can just get my little boys to buy into that plan….

  1. Thank you, Deborah for another amazing Revision Week.
    And thank you to all the authors who graciously shared with us!
    Congrats, Rachel and all winners who participated in Revision Week!

    Rachel, as a past winner of a full manuscript critique from Deborah, I know you will be WOWed! by Deborah’s expertise and her detail.

    • Thanks for the rah-rah, Lori. I love editing, and knowing that my input made a difference for you is truly gratifying.

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