Posted on April 28, 2019 at 12:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Your cover grabbed a reader’s eye. Your title kept them interested. Your blurb pushed them over the edge to purchasing.

But you’re not in the home stretch yet, as a writer — you still need to nail that first chapter.

Writer’s Digest presents a case study with author Audrey Wick and her editor, Julie Sturgeon, on how they strengthened Wick’s opener.

See what changes they made and the four strategies for editing your first chapter on Writer’s Digest.

Categories: Behind the scenes

Tagged As: Editing, Writer's Digest

I appreciate the share! As Julie states in the article, "Positive collaboration makes a better final product." Hope readers enjoy this one!
Audrey Wick | | 4/29/19 at 6:50 PM
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