Want to revise your manuscript on your own? Before you begin, it's important to evaluate your work. You need to identify the strengths and weaknesses, and make a plan to address them in your next draft. Even if you've been stopping and evaluating your work as you go (which we HIGHLY recommend), you want to make sure you know what's working and what's not on a big-picture scale, in addition to chapter by chapter and scene by scene.
We've designed a complete guide to tell you exactly what to look for as you go through your manuscript and how you can fix the issues and fill the holes.
Are you making your point? Is your book lacking narrative drive?
Where are its biggest weaknesses?
Don't keep writing blindly! Learn how to evaluate your manuscript and make sure your book is on the right track.