How To Revise Your Novel Available for short time
CLASS OPENS December 8th Register NOW
HOW TO REVISE YOUR NOVEL
by Holly Lisle
2 days left until class opens. Registration for this comprehensive course available for 7 days only. It won’t be available again for 6 months to a year sometime later in 2016.
Just finished NaNoWriMo? Have a novel to revise?
Holly’s FREE workshop is a great way to get started, while getting a taste of her teaching style and a glimpse into the comprehensive course.
You can also still catch HOLLY LISLE’S FREE 3 DAY MINI-REVISION WORKSHOP Available while registration is still open. Registration closes Monday December 14th.
ABOUT THE FREE WORKSHOP…
Day 1 of Workshop was
Identifying your revision target, so you had an end goal.
Day 2 of Workshop was
Holly walks you through how to identify bits and pieces cleaning up your story. If you missed day 1 don’t worry you can still sign up and get all days of the workshop. The whole workshop will be available until December 7th, when registration for the comprehensive class begins.
Day 3 of Workshop unlocked
Preserving what’s wonderful to create the book you want.
You can get all three days/links until December 7th, registration for comprehensive course closes on Monday December 14th. This offer won’t be available again for 6 months to a year.
Registration opens for her premiere class tomorrow
How To Revise Your Novel
On December 8th at 10 AM and closes on Monday December 14th at 11:59 PM EST
The comprehensive course builds on skills you already started learning in the mini-revision workshop. Holly teaches how to work through your revision with a system. She helps you identify mistakes that cause things not to fit the way you intended or tie in surprises you didn’t expect. Identify promises you made your reader on purpose, unintentional or accidentally. For me, seeing those aspects is sometimes harder than fixing other more obvious mistakes.
The best thing is you develop skills that make your story better that you can use over and over. Fix your whole manuscript, not just bits and pieces that leave you feeling like something is still missing and frustrated despite the revision you just finished.
I’m still going through this class myself. Its tough, but so worth it. I have learned so much. What I like is it is teaching me how to break down what I have already written and compare it to what I envision my novel to be and make it happen. My skill set as a writer has grown, so much. I have never regretted this investment in myself and my writing.