How can I Write a Book about my LifeI can' t write a book about my life.
In which way can I write a self-reliant and loose account of my own lives?
I' m an 80' and I know a great deal and like what happend between 1980-1989 and would like to publish a text. I' d like to compose the script as if I were 14 when it began, because it seems much more so. Is it still possible to tell it the way I tell the tale, or would it be better if I were to tell the tale from a character's POV that is somehow my own, if that makes any sense?
You' d have a whole hell of a whole new dimension of liberty if you could create a fictitious personality. A more mature personality would be conscious of what is going on in the outside worlds - messages, policy, culture, and more. It is often better to put together your personalities from several persons of actual living. The creation of a fictitious personality will also make you think more about this one.
If we write about ourselves, we sometimes take certain parts of our life for granted. When we write about ourselves, we take things for granted. 3. A fictitious figure lets you decide what happens to it. They can build a backdrop and a person who meets the needs of history, which makes them unique in their ability to reach the purpose of history. This is the scenery or the territory of the game.
Conversely, you must create a telling storyline that forces the characters to investigate the countryside to resolve a dilemma or restore equilibrium to their worIl. How she solves this issue, the decision she has to make will eventually get the word out.
Perhaps that is what the'80s means to you. Just click here to go back to questions about writing novels. In many ways it has been helpful and has given me more trust in myself and my work. Thanks for creating this precious asset for me and my colleagues.
Maybe someday you'll be hearing from me... IOUd you."