The Process of Writing- From First Draft to Last

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Charlotte Zang

Sometimes I find myself wondering at the number of drafts people go through in order to get to their final and publishable draft of their work. In most aspects I am referring to novels, or collections, because I honestly am not going to try and ensure some amazing piece of literature gets posted on my Wednesday weekly photo inspiration deal. The whole point of the project would be destroyed if I did that.

I happen to be one of those people who feels like they could go on and on with corrections and concepts and content changes, so I often have to reel myself in and say, enough is enough, let’s move forward. Is all of my work in the best place it could have been before publishing? No, not even close. So then why did I publish it? Good question and perhaps the best answer is simply, because. Although…

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