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Webinar Replay: "Now What?": Life After NaNoWriMo

Libby Bushill

Libby Bushill

ProWritingAid's Lifecycle Marketer

Published Feb 03, 2021

You made it through November and came out the other side with a finished NaNoWriMo draft. And that draft has been sitting on your hard drive ever since.

What comes next? The copyedit.

If you dread this stage, you're not alone. Grant Faulkner, founder of NaNoWriMo, and Hayley Milliman, ProWritingAid's Head of Learning are here to help.

"Now What?" Webcast: How to Copyedit

In this recording of a live webcast, Grant and Hayley will take you through each stage of the copyediting process with a focus on creating clarity in your manuscript. You'll find out where to focus to make the most difference in the shortest amount of time, and see how ProWritingAid can help at every stage.

If you'd like to refer to the slides from the presentation at your own pace, you can find them here:

Watch the replay above, and let us know your favorite part of the copyediting process in the comments below!

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Libby Bushill

Libby Bushill

ProWritingAid's Lifecycle Marketer

About Libby

Libby is ProWritingAid’s Lifecycle Marketer. When she’s not dreaming up our writing tips newsletters, she loves yoga, spending time outdoors, and trying new recipes.

Writing Experience

You’ll find Libby’s work on all things writing and grammar across the internet on writing blogs.


After studying English Literature at University, she is living her dream working with words every day.

Published Works

Libby co-edited of The University of Reading’s A Room of Our Own project.

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