Can I Write a BookMay I write a book?
Well, I could write a book:
Writing a book
In essence, a blogs is an inverse chronic publication instrument. However, there are ways to use a blogs to write long stretched songs in sections, although it takes a little work. After this step, the system creates sections and a title page with a link to each section. Generate a new page from Pages Add called Index.
Generate a new page from pages at ? Insert chapters. Specify chapters as the Contributions page. Write a new posting by Blogposts ? adding - this will be your section 1. Please copy the new entry's name. Modify the index page and make a linklink to section 1.
Hint: If you do not object to the fact that the sections are displayed in decreasing order on your index page, you can use the Archives shortcode to easily generate a section index. For each section of your book, follow step 4 and 5. Current posts, commentaries and archive-widgets can interrupt the stream of your book.
You can also use pages for your chapter instead of post. It is also possible to arrange your contributions in chronological order according to the directions here. So, what's your book about?
Well, I could write a book: The modern variation of Jane Austens Emma
mma may be badly brought up, raunchy, a good-for-nothing. When Emma finally acts in a way that justifies our greatest hope in her, we are touched as if we have witnessed a cause of the utmost importance." I' always have the need to explain Miss Austen's "Emma", because there are people who find her reckless and self-centered.
Not so with Karen Cox's contemporary Emma. Mrs. Cox has made a thoroughly enchanting Emma up-date with " I Could Write a Book ". She retains her idiosyncrasies, with additional self-observation from Mrs. Cox. She is looking for the purpose of her live in a shifting world that appeals to her.
She' making mistakes Emma has to, but George Knightley is helping her self-defeat. There is an Emma here who is not a moron, a women to women we all sympathise and celebrate with. Ms. Cox not only has a history sheet for Emma, she also has one for our dear Mr. Knightley.
"I Could Write a Book" is a satisfactory reading of the truth for which Ms. Cox's award-winning book is known. Mr. Woodhouse is appreciated and genuine relations are appreciated. Note Emma-Doubters: You run the risk of becoming an Emma-concentrate.