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Between the novella and the novel, Burnett "was asked to turn the initial story into a play, which began its run a couple of years before she expanded her story into a novel." Parker uses the differences between the two works to bring the concept "show, not tell" to life for creative writing students.

Heller Mc Alpin's review of Harper Lee's novel 'Go Set a Watchman' (San Fran Chronicle, 7-10-15) helpfully compares it to 'To Kill a Mockingbird,' which it became.

"When Lee submitted the manuscript of Watchman to publisher J. Lippincott in 1957, her editor, Tay Hohoff, astutely saw the germ of a better book in the childhood passages and suggested Lee rewrite the novel from young Scouts point of view, set 20 years earlier, during the Depression.

Comparing Mockingbird the result of two years of arduous revisions with Watchman demonstrates clearly just how important a good editor can be.

You probably want someone to do a quick read and give you general comments on structure, helping you find holes in the plot, problems with characters, etc., before hiring someone to edit sentence-by-sentence, as an editor for story structure might have you deleting or moving whole paragraphs.

So you probably don't want to hire for a copyedit until the main text is laid down.

Check out the archive for Smart Bitches, Trashy Books.

Rewrite versus Revise versus Edit (Valerie Comer on the differences between rewriting, revising and editing, 4-11-13) On Books: Visions and Revisions (Part 1, Alison Parker, on An American Editor, 8-3-16) Alison compares a children's novella, Sara Crewe, or, What Happened at Miss Minchins Boarding School , to the novel it became seventeen years later, A Little Princess by Frances Hodgson Burnett.

Editing and revising are crucial to good fiction writing, from shaping a compelling story to being sure the character's name stays the same throughout (especially after you've changed it two or three times).

See, however, and also, The subjectivity of editing fiction Thinking Fiction: First-Novel Flubs and Follies (Carolyn Haley, An American Editor, 2-1-16) The twelve most common craft problems of beginner-novelists. (Carolyn Haley, An American Editor, 6-11-18) Haley writes about how she got started editing fiction, then upped her skills so she could work at a higher pay-rate; how then a "freelancer's famine' came and she strumbled while editing an academic nonfiction book. 2017) How sensitivity readers are changing the publishing ecosystemand raising new questions about what makes a great book.

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