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This month, I’m going to focus on what I’ve learnt from reading first drafts.
As the CEO of Fictionary, I read a lot of draft novels, and it’s one of the great pleasures of my job. It’s also an amazing learning opportunity.
Today, I want to share the top 10 issues I find in manuscripts in hopes that you can learn from them.
Here we go…
1. Word Count — Doesn’t follow the genre requirements
Inappropriate word count is the issue I see most often…
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