Again, I saw changes in my writing from micro-revision.
Of course . . . once I learn a new method, once it works for me, I end up having to pass it on. Since that class, and several others I taste-tested over the years, I've developed my own approach to micro-revision.
This Monday, June 8, I will open the online classroom to Story-in-Progress, my new micro-revision workshopping class for fiction and memoir writers with a story-in-progress. ("In-progress" assumes a certain level of commitment and time invested in the writing--it's not just beginning, it's been around a while. But it's stuck. Not all of it, but enough that there's some temptation to put it in a drawer and start something new. Is that your writing?)