Writing is Re-Writing: Setting the Reader’s Agenda (via TWA)

Writing and revising and rewriting is a lot easier if you have feedback from a reader. But how do you find readers? How do you get constructive criticism? In this blog post, I discuss a process I used to get a very important piece of writing done.

In this second part of this 2 part series “Writing is Re-Writing,” I’m going to discuss setting the reader’s agenda. First, you have to find a reader. Certainly, you can hire someone from The Write Alley; we’d be happy to help you either in person or online. But it’s important to nurture a community of readers from your family, friends, or your Mastermind group, people you can turn to for response. And people you will help in return. A good reade … Read More

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