Revising doesn't have to be overwhelming, scary, or
nerve-racking ... it's where the GOOD stuff happens.
Utilizing Jennie Nash’s step-by-step revision project plan, you will practice your self-editing skills on one chapter of your novel so you can feel confident about moving forward with the whole thing.
This course includes:
A 90-minute live video lesson taught by Jennie Nash
Deep-dive lessons on how to prepare for and perform a Chapter Audit and a Manuscript Audit
Hands-on revision practice using one chapter from your work-in-progress
Three hours of bonus videos, including Jennie’s Four Perspectives Theory of Revising presentation, and two “behind the scenes” interviews with writers who have taken this course
Tools to help you create an actionable plan to complete your full manuscript revision
Reusable worksheets to use on future manuscripts
The Course Curriculum
Learn How to Revise
from Jennie Nash
Jennie Nash asks writer Kacey Vanderkarr about her Revision Sprint experience
About Your Instructor
Jennie Nash is the founder and chief creative officer of Author Accelerator, a program that brings professional book coaching to writers in all genres. She is a private book coach whose authors regularly land top New York agents and book deals with publishers including Scribner, Simon & Schuster, Hazeldon, Norton and Random House. Several of her writers have also been selected for the top tier level at at hybrid publishers SheWrites Press and Spark Press, and won national self-publishing awards.
The How to Revise a Novel course is a strategic program Jennie developed through many years of guiding writers to start, finish, revise, rescue, and sell books. She has hand-picked all Author Accelerator book coaches and trained them in her revision system.
Jennie is the author of four novels, three memoirs, and counting.
+ What is your refund policy?
No refunds will be offered for weekend workshops, so please be sure you are prepared for the payment and the work!
+ Do I need to be available for the live event?
No. You will have access to the recording of the live event within 72 hours of its completion.
+ Will I revise my entire manuscript in this course?
The goal of How to Revise a Novel is to gain the skills needed to successfully revise your novel so you can feel confident about sending it out in the world. You will learn HOW to revise – the theory and the practice – and will work through one chapter of your manuscript. You will end the course with a clear plan for finishing your full manuscript revision.
+ What comes after I do the How to Revise a Novel course?
If you enjoyed the material covered in the course, and need support to finish revising your manuscript, you can join our Manuscript Accelerator program, a no-excuses plan for for finishing your manuscript. The How to Revise a Novel course is set to flow right into Manuscript Accelerator. For details, please email us at email@example.com.
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