What would be the best/most fluid/easiest way to revise your manuscript? I've read A LOT up on this and have 2 pages of stuff to revise and check for.
Fixing the following things: Main Plot Holes, POV checks, passive voice corrections, filter words for 3rd person, transition scenes and paragraphs, ensure good conflict/tension, minimize adverb usage, character distinction-ensuring each is unique-ensure unique dialog, foreshadowing, read and correct dialog aloud, incorporate beta reader feedback ( i know this one is later in the process), ensure there isn't too much description of setting and characters in early chapters, develop micro tension, pacing,
And on and on. I have tried to group many of these together but as it stand it looks like I'm going to have about 5 revisions, maybe more. It seems so overwhelming. Which topics would be best to group together to minimize revisions?
Note: Its a completed first draft where i just blasted through getting all my thoughts done. I have done extensive world building. There is no time contraint. I want it done right, not fast. I am a "architect" writer.