The Revision Episode

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In this episode of PubTalkTV, we focus on one scary (but necessary!) part of the creation process: revision! With special guest Alison Weiss, editor at Skyhorse, we delve into the best—and worst—ways to revise, and what do to if your revisions don’t go as planned—your beta readers lead you astray—or you come up with a brilliant idea AFTER you’ve submitted your work. Panelists include authors Summer Heacock and Kelsey Macke, agents Monica Odom, Jessica Sinsheimer, and Roseanne Wells—and Senior Token Male Correspondent Ted Fox. On the Twitter stream, sharing delicious treats, our very own Veronica Bartles. Music by Brian Schwartz. In this episode, we answer the following questions (plus many more!): Where did you get your best beta readers, and how did you choose which suggestions to implement as you revise? When can you trust them? What if their advice is off the mark? (For the panel): What kind of books are you looking for RIGHT NOW? What do you do if you’re out on submission and get great feedback that inspires a revision? If an agent asks for a revise and resubmit, and lists several plot points that need to be changed, what if one of the points doesn’t work for the writer? Is it offensive not to take suggestions? If your first manuscript gets all rejections, but your second manuscript has interest, what is the proper thing to do with the first book? Revising can feel like so close, yet so far—when is it time to put the pen down and back away slowly? How do you know you’ve received bad advice on your manuscript? PubTalkTV’s first top ten list: Top Ten Tips for Revising! Our current #MSWL wishes for our inboxes. …Plus much, much more!

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