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Five Word Friday

Today’s five words are about revision. First of all, it’s not a collision so nobody gets a headache or flips upside down. Revision is about making a perfectly good story better.

1. Improve

2. Cut

3. Add

4. Describe

5. Rearrange

6. Change

7. Show more

8. Tell less

9. Explain

10. Don’t explain too much

Revision is difficult.  So is counting to 5.

Comments on: "Five Word Friday" (16)

  1. OMG – this is so perfect…even if someone doesn’t know how to count to five. I am definitely passing this along. have a fabulous day!

  2. I always try to tell less Cupcake – it’s not as easy as it sounds 🙂

    • I know what you mean, Bassa. Telling less sounds easy – Till you’re trying to say the mailman is coming. Then you needs to tell lots and lots and lots of things to get the message across. I mean THE MAILMAN! It’s terrifying!

      Love and licks and lots of barking,

  3. Maybe you’re seeing double. Or is that too much math? 🙂
    Cute pic, Cupcake. Write on, mom.

  4. Cupcake, have I told you lately how much I love your blogs? Hope you have a restful weekend!

  5. So much to do to make a story the best. Thanks for the advice.

  6. I guess you got really tired of making that revision, Cupcake, maby you have to change the 5 🙂

  7. Brilliant post!
    We are sorry to be so long in commenting, a few things have kept up on our toes including the old guy being sick…. Keep up the great posts!

    Your friends,
    The Collies and Chuck 🙂

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