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Is it possible to compose a work without having to read it?
Yes, but it is imperative to study the type of book you want to compose, especially the writers who are regarded as the master of the game. It is also very useful to just be able to just broaden your lexicon and increase your command of the English-speaking world. In addition, the process of literacy will expose you to fictitious dialog, description, character evolution, storyline and so on, which will help you to become a better author.
And frankly, it doesn't do any harm to study a little about the texture and essentials of a novel, although I believe that the title of the how to make light bucks with those who want to make it. I' ve got a girlfriend who followed a typing lesson at a near collegiate school, and it did her good because she learnt a lot of stuff, and she also got a playlist of places where she could file her tales.
She' selling what she' s written. This certainly does not mean that someone wants to see your book, but you can definitely do it without having to look at any "how-to" text. Many of these book writings have the advantage of letting you take advantage of the experience of many of the authors who have appeared before you.
Of course, you can also start without any training (self-education or education) about bookmaking. If you read a book about typing, it does not make your letter formal or'like' someone else's work. When you want to type, just type. Literacy, composition and tinkering of a novel is a truly inborn ability that you learnt during your early years, so it's really simple, you've already read in elementary age.
Formats, vocabulary and publication are abilities you should probably learn if you want to develop a professionally written work for everyone. They can, and many authors have not been able to tell you how to make a work. This is the kind of textbook I think would be useful, it will explain in terms of how to start, how to organize your thoughts, the purposes of contours and so on.
I' ve been reading a lot of textbooks to help me writing a new one. Without these ledgers, I wouldn't know how to start. In many cases, a good selection of useful reading materials is available. They have exchanged their experiences and many new contributors can benefit from their advice.
If you are a poet or a writer, I would think that it is flowing into itself from a natural place that is the keys to everything that is readable. If you make progress in poetics and/or literature, it may be because you are learning certain areas of these courses. In order to compose a work, one would not have to study a script about how to compose one, or many works would be dull and without singularity.