Can you Write a BookCould you write a book?
Are you able to publish two ledgers at the same time?
During a recent study trip, one of the question I was asked was: Can you type two textbooks at once? I can work on a storyboard, a novel for juniors, a storyboard and a YA novel, for example, but NEVER on a novel for juniors and a YA novel at once.
That' s because I live in the scenery of my history, I go around in it and familiarize myself with its scents and sounds and its special atmoshere. And then I get into the minds of all my personalities, especially my character. So it would be completely perplexing if two protagonists in two different environments were to tell me what to do at the same one.
What about other authors? Can you work on two ledgers at the same time?
Will you be able to publish an entire volume in a whole year? With two up-and-coming authors in Q&A |
Each November 400,000 up-and-coming writers take part in a national novel writing month (NaNoWriMo), a literature wonder. "There are designers and trousers in the terminology of NaNoWriMo: men who do everything and men who pass the seats of their trousers. Have you started with a figure, a topic or an action?
Jenna: I began with a "what if" situation and worked out the consequences. After I had done the first whole of my life without a personality, I had to decide: "Okay, who will be the individual in this one? This is really the impetus I need to write again.
That' s how I approach it: just write and see what comes out. However, the work is also a kind of technology enterprise, so I was able to gain some individual experiences about the essence of a corporate din. Was it hard to move from letter to letter?
It' Mathieu? Is it sci-fi? I knew what I was doing for this one because I worked out the answer in the lead. This is an easier introduction! To what extent do you have the feeling that you control history instead of discover it as you type? It was more of a control system for this volume.
Imagine making NaNoWriMo in the near term and being more of a discovering game. I would like to create a novel that is more about discoveries, in which I try to put myself into such a state. Jenna: I felt like I was a little deceived, because when I began to talk about my own experiences, the words just came out of me.
I' ve spoken about 700 words in an entire lesson. "Last evening I spent half an hours and got 1,100 words. As I write about my own experience, I don't necessarily have to think too creatively. I thought it was about the pen, but it's not.
It is only the mechanics by which these things are explored. It made it much simpler to send her a letter than perhaps trying to invent someone wholly. It was kind of cute, because when I am typing for work, I will usually edit every phrase the way I work. I' ve got to go back to my bookwork, and I' ve got to think about how real folks are.
I had the most enjoyment when I was coming to the part where Scarlett, the Hero and the investigators worked together in the end. When I get to a certain point where I read a puzzling story, I get to a point where I like to put the story down for a moment and think about what I think might happen.
This was my chance to put it the way I wanted it to be. It is a classical enigma in which the script will try to make you think at least once, if not six times: "This is it! I really liked writing down the way I thought: "Okay, here's one way to think about the whole outrage.
I' m allowed to do everything. Allows you to take comments during a brainstorm? Frankly, if I don't do the kind of typing we talked about, where I edit every phrase as I type, then I need a computer.
However, if I just let it go, I feel good for an hours or so, I just write on my mobile now. Although I usually stay digitally when I write or make notes, I have sketched the ground plans of the villa in which the evening meal took place with my own drawing board and pencil, and I have created another one.
Jenna: I used one Paper Doctor for my typing and one for my notations. Jenna: Then my metados and to-dos have topics that I want to research and plott. Did the expertise of NaNoWriMo change your way of thinking about the brainstorm? It really was the experiance for me to turn off the inner reviewer.
It' a kind of stereotype among authors. But I think the beauty of NaNoWriMo is that there is so much to be written and relatively little to do, so that you are compelled to assert yourself. I was sitting down for the first sitting down for a good while. However, coming to the second or third lesson is like losing the hiccup and doing it at last, but you don't notice when it occurred - there is a second or third lesson when you realize: "This inner reviewer has been gone for 90 mins.