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Interviews: Brandon Sanderson's Blog: Updates, Tightening Language, and Suvudu Interview

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Date

Jul 27th, 2010

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    Brandon Sanderson

    At Comic-Con this past weekend I did an interview with Shawn Speakman of Suvudu where I talk about The Way of Kings among other things. Check it out.

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    Brandon Sanderson

    Over on Twitter and Facebook I've been posting scene-by-scene statistics for my line edit of Towers of Midnight (which you can see on the sidebar of my site is 85% done). I'm going through and tightening the language, with a target of trimming each chapter by ten to fifteen percent. What does that mean in practice? I can't share examples from this book, but in this week's Writing Excuses podcast episode Dan, Howard, and I talk about how to do this sort of tightening revision using the first book I ever wrote, back in 1994. Some fans have urged me not to cut, or to release an "author's preferred text" edition at a later date; trust me, the version you'll see on the shelf is my preferred text. Every book I've published has gone through a similar ten to fifteen percent cut, and not because a publisher or editor demanded it. This is an integral part of my writing process, and listening to the episode will show you exactly why.

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