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Have your first two pages or a one-page plot summary critiqued by Michelle Brower!
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Perfecting Your Book for Submission: The Art of Revision
With Michelle Brower
Register today to attend this live webinar!
Your Price: $89.99
Session Date: August 6, 2015
Starting Time: 1:00pm Eastern
Duration: 90 minutes
Price: $89.99
About the critique:

All registrants are invited to submit the first two double-spaced pages of your novel OR a one-page plot summary/synopsis. All submissions are guaranteed a written critique by Michelle Brower (Literary Agent with Folio Literary Management). If she deems your submission excellent, Michelle reserves the right to request more writing from you.


Please Note: Even if you can't attend the live webinar, registering for this live version will enable you to receive the On Demand webinar and a personal critique of your material.Purchasing the On Demand version after the live event will not include a critique.

About the webinar:

All published authors can tell you their first draft looks nothing like the finished book they sign at bookstores. How do they edit their material to take their work to a professional level? How do they edit themselves before they can get an agent or an editor to say yes? What are editors looking for today in terms of a polished manuscript? Is grammar all that important, or should the story speak for itself? How many revisions should a manuscript go through before it's considered ready? What are some principles on cutting down your word count and streamlining your story?


In this popular, intensive live webinar, literary agent Michelle Brower will answer these questions and more-shedding light on how she edits her clients' material, what authors do before they get a book contract, and providing commentary on how the self-editing process makes all the difference in today's publishing landscape.

What you'll learn:

How to developmentally edit for concept, structure, characters, and more
How to line edit for elegant, powerful sentences
Tips and tricks from authors who have successfully navigated the submission process
How to edit so your book is most likely to appeal to today's agents and editors
How to find and incorporate feedback from the right readers
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Who should attend:

Writers currently composing a novel
Writers in the brainstorming phase of a novel
Writers who have been rejected by agents and editors, and want to evaluate why their novel didn't make the cut
Writers who want a professional critique by a literary agent
Writers who have only self-published, but now are considering traditional publishing
Anyone with non-novel publishing credits considering making the jump to fiction writing

Michelle Brower began her career in publishing in 2004 while studying for her Master's degree in English Literature at New York University, and has been hooked ever since. Read her full bio >>
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