Quick Note: This is a series of blog posts many of which have ideas that are based off of Plot & Structure by James Scott Bell. I highly recommend reading this book if you typically have problems with the mechanics of writing (plots, character arcs, subplots, revising, etc.). This book is aimed mostly at fiction novels, but these techniques can be applied to most aspects of writing.
At this point you’ve done everything you can to procrastinate the inevitable read through of your manuscript. You can’t put it off any more, and you wouldn’t want to if you could. I’d love to be able to give you a long post about all the different ways to possibly do this part of the process, but I can’t. The only way to read through your piece is to sit down and do it. I do, however, have a few tips for making the process as quick and as helpful as possible!