Lately, I just can't get my work to the point where I truly believe it's to the best of my abilities. Like every time I revisit what I momentarily think is ready for submission I catch things that need rewritten. The thing is that every time I rework a piece it does get better so this is not just tinkering. These are improvements. My initial writing is pretty clean. I am somewhat of a grammar wiz and story structure is a strength. I usually feel things are pretty good, but I also recognize where I can make them better during revision. So, if any of you can relate, how do I handle this to reach that finish line? I'm not a writer who self publishes so my writing needs to be good enough for it to sell to publishers. And I know I only get one chance with a publisher. I have been published in the past at some pretty amazing places. Don't ask me how I've done it. But I do want to repeat my past success. I believe revision is where the magic happens. Do you agree? And if so, how to you cast that final spell that truly gets your writing up to snuff? I'm not a perfectionist at all, but this process has become harder for me to feel satisfied enough to call a story actually done.