Get everything set to transform your first draft into a book your readers will love
If you want self-editing your novel to be a fun experience that allows you to create a book your future readers will love, then this is the mini-course for you.
When you picture yourself self-editing your first draft, do you want to:
- Know what to focus on and feel in control of the process?
- Feel confident you're not missing anything—something big or an irritating little detail?
- Know you're making your manuscript the best you can?
- Maximise satisfaction while minimising frustration?
- Have FUN?
If you do, you are in the right place 😊
This mini-course is perfect for you if:
- You dread self-editing your first draft, and the idea makes you nervous
- You don't really know where to START with self-editing
- You lack the motivation to self-edit your manuscript
- You're afraid you don't have the skill to self-edit your novel
- You want to make sure you catch all the important things
- You're afraid you may never reach the finish line
- You just want to have fun when you work on your WIP!
Are you ready to set yourself up for self-editing success?
Get ready to fulfil your first draft's potential, my friend! After completing this FREE mini course, you'll:
- Feel more confident about self-editing your WIP
- Know which steps to take to make your manuscript shine
- Understand the POTENTIAL of your first draft
- Have specific things to look forward to in the self-editing process
Hi, I'm Elzevera!
Writing and editing have always been a part of my life. As a child, I wrote stories about fuzzy animals. Now, as an adult, I still write stories about animals, both fuzzy and ferocious. But my favourite part of the writing process is self-editing!
I've worked as both a freelance and in-house editor for children's book publishers and educational publishers, and I've made it my mission to help writers experience the fun and satisfaction self-editing can entail. I firmly believe that every first draft is bursting with potential, and that self-editing is crucial to making your book the best it can be.