Whether it’s after an illness, a planned holiday or an unexpected life event, we all have times when it can be hard to get writing again after a break.
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Do yourself find going back over to read what you wrote the day before, tweaking a comma here and there or moving some words around, but never actually getting the darn thing to a single editor or reader?
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The more you can position your nonfiction book in the wider conversation, the better.
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it’s important to let the reader know the type of feedback you want on your draft
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