This is a practical and very useful short article by an experienced agent on what to pay attention to, when editing your own novel. This article was apparently originally published as part of NaNoWriteMo.
The author of the article is Elizabeth Kracht, a literary agent for Kimberly Cameron & Associates and a freelance editor.
At the start of the article, she says: "Objectivity is one of the most difficult things for writers to apply when it comes to editing their own work. As an agent and freelance editor—having helped develop hundreds of manuscripts and having read many more—I’ve seen the subtlest of problems become the difference between a manuscript that is ready for traditional publishing and one that is not. Here are six tips from the agent/editor perspective to help you think about your work with objectivity as you approach your revision."
She's broken the article down into the following topics:
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Excellent short article about editing a finished novel 2018-03-13
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