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1. Crank out entire project. Even if it's a horrible first draft, remember that it's just that! A first draft!! Just get it written.
2.Rewrite entire project onto a word processor. The word processor will do a lot of the spelling corrections for you if you go through spell check.
3.Print project, and pick a pen color. Go through each chapter with ONE pen color, focusing on ONE thing. For me, I used a baby blue for all of my grammar and punctuation. Then once I was finished, I went through with a pink pen to make plot and character development and relationship notes. I used a purple pen to mark places to add details or filler or events, or to omit. I suggest going through the complete project twice before doing any character or plot editing. Focus on grammar, spelling, timeline, setting first, because that will give you a chance to really have read through the project. I made notes of ideas and plot point along the way, so once I was into character and plot revision I already had started because along the way I'd made notes.
5.REPRINT. Take in your project as a whole. Take your time reading it. Make editing notes and adjustments along the way!
7.REprint, or repost on WeBook as your wholly revised draft.
I hope some of this helps!!
Happy writing, girl! Get it written!
I am a fan of reading and am good at grammar/spelling/punctuation, like many other people, who can do the less creative part of the writing process and help you polish up your writing. I actually go on webook specifically so I can read good stories and help out writers as I go. However, you may be interested in getting some official help rather than volunteer assistance. I know that on fiverr.com you can spend $5 to have someone review a good portion of your writing. I have one of the many postings offering this service there. There are tons of people available who can help.
I have two sites which I use now that other's might find helpful as well.