How do you Know When to Start a Next Draft?

Draft one is easy enough. It’s when you finish writing it.

Draft two is maybe when you’ve made a bunch of changes.

Draft three?

Twenty million?

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5 thoughts on “How do you Know When to Start a Next Draft?

    • I think I try to wait a bit before starting the next draft, that way I can take stock of everything that has change (and trick myself into thinking I’ve made lots of progress even though there’s a long road ahead). Drafts are a good way to mark progress, like mile markers in a race.

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