Category Archives: Editing

  1. n Things… Editing Taught Me About this Creative Fiction Lark

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    May 10, 2014 by jcfarnham

    If you’re a writer, you edit. It’s as simple as that. Some of us however are more hardwired to doing …
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  2. Beef, not lard.

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    July 21, 2013 by jcfarnham

    So you’ve finished your first draft. It looks pretty good… only problem being you invisioned it as a novel. It’s …
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  3. Everything Can Be Fixed in Post, aka Don’t Sweat your Originality.

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    July 8, 2013 by jcfarnham

    I’ve been hearing a thing, or twenty, about the nature of the job, and the industry, and originality, and whatever …
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  4. The Word Mines and the Right Tools for the Job.

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    April 22, 2013 by jcfarnham

    I’ve always been of the opinion that nothing is off limits in writing… if done well and for all the …
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  5. How I Draft.

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    February 6, 2013 by jcfarnham

    I like to spend my first draft focusing on the bare essentials, ie, dialogue and plot specific narrative. It’s only …
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  6. So, that’s an idea. What next?

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    January 13, 2013 by jcfarnham

    Anyone who writes has probably encountered this problem before, whether your poison of choice is fiction or non-fiction (naturally I’ll …
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  7. Musing on Writing Styles and Efficiency

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    August 29, 2012 by jcfarnham

    Firstly I’ll need to clarify some thing. In the context of this post writing style means “the method by which …
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