Tip On Writing and Re-Writing
Revisions are one of your best tools to clarify and edit the chapters in your book. In the book, Style – Ten Lessons in Clarity and Grace by Joseph M. Williams, he states, “Experienced writers get something down on paper as fast as they can, just so they can revise it into something clearer; and if they are lucky in the process discover something new.”
In his book the main subject is not about writing as you would be lead to believe when you first purchase it be about rewriting. It is in rewriting that a book takes shape or form. A good skill to learn is to take a look at what you wrote the day before and begin to rewrite it into a clearer piece as soon as possible. Remember rewriting isn’t something you do one time then it’s a masterpiece. You will be constantly revising your piece until you get it into the shape you are looking to achieve.