Can anyone become an AuthorIs it possible for any author?
Anyone can be a writer?
The ones of you who are following me on Twitter know that I have a timetable for posting "tips" that I twitter halfway on a regular basis..... This is one of the reason why I began with them. You' re amazed how many folks think authors are gonna be born. Well, I don't know.
They are the same guys who believe that you have the gift either from God or from God that you don't have it. You think you can' t learn to write. Were there humans with nature talents? It doesn't take a child wonder to be a novelist.
So, what does it take to be a winning author? It is a work of charity. Authors of novels invest month, sometimes years, in their work. Unless you write passionately, you'll never be a success. I think if you weren't already impassioned, you probably wouldn't care what it means to be a novelist.
However, I tell you so much about writers: when we don't write, we think about it. We use our environments as tools to perfectionize our crafts; we describe our environments in the voice of our personalities, use the "Idea Net" I'm talking about in my How Do You Come Up With Story Ideas piece, make discerning observation and find the tale concealed in it, take clichés and turn them on their heads, listen to conversation to listen to real humans talking, and so on and so forth.
Have a look at the above links to find out how I came up with the idea for the storyline. I' m going through a step-by-step procedure that starts with a basic observations, goes through the clichés and finds the history under the interface. You' re gonna be scared to call yourself a novelist when you talk to other folks.
To learn the art of typing is a time-consuming work. This is the way to make your typing better....and to read...and even more to do. Whenever you' re going to see something new, you'll see it through the eyes of a novelist. You' ll come across something amazing or thrilling, or frightening and thrilling, and you'll wonder how the author did it.
You learn through imitation. They are the footsteps we all go through, and each of us approaches them in an order that is different for our own particular study-styles. As I wrote Necromancer Awakening, I sent my favourite author (and web lover) Raymond E. Feist an early sketch that I thought was willing to be questioned.
I' ve given up every thought of consulting the script immediately and for the next two strenuous years have devoted myself to studying and refining my work. The point of typing is to get yourself out of it. a lot of folks are gonna think you should stop dicking around. They' ll liken you to their favourite authors.
That'?s the end of the line. Keep in mind, typing is a skilled trade. He had a great deal to learn. It'?s the same to write. Everybody studies at different rates, but studying is a must unless you are a kind of child prodigy. I' d like to know your tale about how you became a novelist.
You be a better author. Necromancer Awakening's Amazon #1 bestseller author Nat Russo.