Becoming a NovelistHow to become a writer
Becoming a writer?
1 ) become a good author. Doing this is the best way to do it. Consider it: in ANY novel there can be a frightening instant, a romatic instant, a instant of plot or ghoul. Well, a good author can do anything.... A good one can'.
Don't let your idle egos get over this easy truth: A novelist who has written 4 poor books can be better than a good novelist who has written 1 every minute, every single working days; all he has to do is open his eye and put his experiences to work. Submit your works for literature prizes (you will of course have to post and broadcast many of them).
Attempt to find journals from sites you can post for. Move to where publishers go (meetings, etc.). Attempt to find a frahling thanks to the literature prizes you have won and the journals you work for. Get a college diploma in something related to publishing. "Well, then, mail it over.
So why haven't you sent it yet? You will find the inside tip of your own lifetime or write a good novel to a publisher who already knows your name and trusts me.... It is quite different from getting a novel that comes from a completely no-one.
Self-published works may not be successful for several reasons: Publishers make an authors successful, not the authors themselves. It is the picture of the textbook that the publisher has produced through a range of actions of which you are unaware. To create a very fascinating visual identity for the writer and his work ( and it also fits his own market).
Once the business has done these two things, it begins to spread the word about the publication of the books on web sites, journals, radio and television, which the writer himself cannot do, because it will be ridiculous. "Did you know I texted this? And it's fantastic!" So unless you are frantic after a few years at least of errors in the application of points 1 and 2, I strongly recommend you to self-publish your work.
To put it bluntly, if you're not a marketer, self-publishing is a wasted novel.