If your work is still very much in its draft form, you will benefit from a structural edit.
A structural edit may involve revising, reorganizing, adding and deleting material. This is done to improve your work's overall structure and content.
A structural edit will ensure
- logical flow,
- coherent timeline, character development, and plot,
- sound development of ideas,
- no gaps in information,
- effective presentation of material.
During a structural edit, why you are writing, for whom you are writing and how you want your material presented are always at the forefront of the decision-making process.