New Article: Avoiding 19 Nervous Breakdowns
Summary: Most writers' first responsibility, when you think about it, is catching an editor's attention. After it's caught, they not only have to keep it, but also develop a relationship that makes that editor their best friend. An editor's worst nightmare is sitting at their desk, staring at a pile of unpolished manuscripts all doomed to fill up the circular file. Rejecting them all is the equivalent of a mass staff-firing! So, polishing your work is necessary and there is a knack to successfully editing your own work. It is not an easy task and there is no room for slacking once the rough draft is finished.