Telling a great story involves building compelling characters and gripping storylines, all told with a strong voice. But when you’re nearly two acts into your masterpiece and can’t find the motor to take you into the third, a fresh set of eyes can help.
When you’re lost in the weeds of Chapter 18 and your subplots are spinning out of control and your protagonist has quit speaking to you, it’s a great moment to seek out a new perspective.
When you’ve got a manuscript that just isn’t finding a home, an editor can help renew your enthusiasm for the project by refocusing your attention on the elements that need a bit of extra help.
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