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I’m finally getting back to lessons. Hopefully I will actually get back to prompts on Friday. I’ve made promises before, though… I’m not doing that again. So I’m just going to hope for now.

Anyway, it’s Wednesday, so it’s time to take a look at another lesson. This week, we’re looking at something very similar to Monday — editing.

It’s important to keep on track with your editing. I admit, I’m being a bit hypocritical by saying that. I’m behind in my own editing because I only got a single page done on Monday. Whoops!

It’s important, though. If you don’t want to fall too far behind (like me…this is going to be fun to catch up on), then you want to make sure you keep up with it, even if you’re like me and would much rather write new words then stare at your own words over and over again. Believe me, I know the struggle. Boy, do I know the struggle…

Anyway, I’m getting off track again. If you struggle with getting motivated to edit, then maybe get a partner to hold each other accountable. You’re much more likely to get things done that way. I’ve personally thought about doing this myself. Although I think my editor and publisher are doing that job right now if I want to be able to keep a steady stream of books going out after the first one!

So what do you do to keep yourself editing? Let me know in the comments!

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