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Writing a winning manuscript requires proper planning, creativity and effort.
Every manuscript writer contends with writer’s block or not enjoying a productive writing
schedule. Take these in your stride.
Here are 15 tips from experts to help you write the perfect manuscript.
1.Don’t spend time worrying about the format. You will have enough time after you finish
to format your manuscript.
2.Make it a point to write every day. Set aside an hour each day, even if you don’t feel like
writing to pound on the keyboard of your word processor. This will help you stay
3.Create an outline for your manuscript. This will give you a roadmap to follow and make
it easier for you to stick to your idea and structure.
4.Write the first and last sentence of each chapter first. As strange as it may sound, this
will help you fill in the blanks between the two sentences and ensure you reach your
5.Set small goals every day. If you set daily goals, you will work that much harder to
achieve them. Make sure the goals are achievable so that you stay committed to
6.Stay motivated. Motivation and inspiration will help you achieve daily results. Do things
that motivate you so that you can transfer some of that into your manuscript writing.
7.Be organized. It is important you collect your thoughts and follow the guidelines you
have set for yourself. This will make it easier to write.
8.Have an open mind. Read other people’s work to get inspired. And, let other writers
critique you so that you can improve yourself.
9.Refrain from throat-clearing. Make sure you set the scene and background of the story
quickly. The manuscripts are those that get to the point and keep readers engaged from
the word go.
10.Keep it simple. Refrain from using fancy phrases and vocabulary. You are writing for
your readers, so write in a way that they will understand and appreciate your work.
11.Give your reader some credit. Remember a reader is a fairly intelligent person. So there
is no need to explain everything that is taking place.
12.Avoid using clichés. This refers to words, phrases and situations.
13.Add specifics. Even if you are writing fiction, adding specifics to your manuscript will
lend it a ring of truth.
14.After you finish writing, it is time for editing the manuscript. You can use
professional manuscript editing services or online manuscript editing services. This will
elevate your work a notch higher.
15.Proofread the manuscript carefully. If you cannot do it, use manuscript proofreading
services. This will eliminate spelling, typing and punctuation errors.