Five Tricks to Fix an Old Draft

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Editing Tips

One of the smartest things a writer can do is write something and walk away from it for a time. Sometimes, we don’t have the opportunity to do this because we’re trying to fulfill a deadline as quickly as possible.

When you walk away from your draft for a while and then return, you’ll be more open to making changes. Instead of putting on the writer hat, you’ll be…

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Andrea Lawrence

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I write articles semi-daily! My niche is relationships and dating, interior design, astrology, self-care, and psychology. Expect lots of poetry and fiction.

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