Can anybody Write a BookIs it possible for everyone to write a book?
Shoul You World What You Know? Weighing in at 31 writers
Type what you know..... Anyone who has ever attended a course in typing or a handicraft textbook has listened to this counsel - even if only to denounce it immediately. Are you supposed to say what you know or not? Don't be worried anymore, emerging writers: the torment of insecurity is almost over.
Whichever is the best way to respond, like all tips, it's up to you to accept it or not. of " On rules of writing " The first error I made as a student was to think that I was asked to just type about things that had been happening to me.
Good authors usually get what they know about their topics from a mixture of these resources. Most authors find it a great deal of work and a great many bad starters before they are able to extrapolate the most precious and interesting things from their abiographies. I want you to type what you know, but.....
A line arises from what authors have been through. And the other comes from what authors want to see, from the urge to know. The narrative changes a history. It just doesn't make me feel right, it's always been what you don't know.
"One of the big calls is that you should make a statement about what you know. I think it's just as good to know what you don't know. Acknowledgement is an important thing - we know how to do it for our own safety. In the ideal case, the ideal is to be open to the opportunity to find something while composing the poetry, to find out something, something you don't know.
You think it's possible to study in the midst of a poet? from " Thert of the Short Story " "Perhaps what educators mean when they say, "Write what you know", is not to describe the water lily squares that extend across the seabed for centuries if you are not an oceanograph.
I' m saying do your waterlouse. Wrongest thing that can happened is a poor poetry.