How to make Writing a CareerMaking a career
Writing contents for periodicals, scholarly periodicals, e-commerce and newspaper, university writing, technical writing for IT and others, copywriting, softwriting, seo-writing, ghostwriting for writers, translation of fiction, poem and shorts, writing fiction, poem and script for films and TV serials, writing shorts, writing plays, and the listing just isn't over.
We have more than many possibilities that we cannot conceive of in this area, but we must look for them honestly. Nowadays, in the rapidly changing world of the web, contents have become an important medium for brand owners to advertise and support their companies and their own product range. This calls for the recruitment of people with effective writing abilities and a solid foundation of expertise.
Contents are the heart of the web and everything centres around them. Therefore, the creation of precious and appealing contents is what everyone is looking for, and this is where writing is needed. Each and every one of the activities involved in designing a product demands a clear vision and a written down schedule, which for authors is a continuous process: literacy, thought and writing.
The area of writing is one that demands more focus on words and thoughts than anyone else. It is not hard to start a career in writing, but creating and communicating a clear sense of writing and thinking is not. So the first thing you could do to start a career in writing is blog.
So if you still haven't found your area, you can either try to write about what's happening around you or try to write message posts for the beginning. When you have enough blog, magazine and newspaper books, you can try writing literature and other genre books to see if you want to get into this area of writing.
Writing poesy is also every important area. The writing of English shorts and verses and publication in literature magazines such as Glimmer Train and Tin House for shorts, New Yorker and Atlantic for interesting plays, Kenyon Review, Poetry and Slate for verses - all this can improve your life in literature enormously and could probably one day even get you a bookstore.
Well, when we're talking about writing a novel, you might wonder what kind of writing you're looking for: a business belletrist, a literature or flash belletrist, a sci-fi author, an apocalyptic phantasy author or a self-help novel. As you begin to read and research, you will soon find your area - where you know exactly what you want to do.
Prior to starting your career in literature, you should study literature periodicals and periodicals, reading literature by Kafka, Fyodor Dostojewski, Albert Camus, Shakespeare, Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde, Thomas Hardy, Milan Kundera, J.D. Salinger, Virginia Woolf, as well as Ian Ryand, Stephen Woolf and other authors. An important suggestion: If you plan to compose a novel, a poem compilation or a brief history, don't let yourself be left behind, because the rate of return for someone who gets his work released and who also earns much less.
Being a traveler, writing travelogues for a magazine is not a poor concept, it will give your career a thrill as you research the writing industry and come across a story as awesome as Lord of the Rings. GQ, Vogue, Top Gear, Stuff, Digit, Buzzfeed, Mashable, Huffington Post, ScoopWhoop and many other journals are currently recruiting authors.
Go ahead and see how it goes. When you want to be a novelist, you better begin with something than nothing to type, because you need to type to be a novelist of any kind. Build friendships with those who currently type in journals or online advertising companies, IT companies, literature journals and more and get more in the clear.
Be patient and determined, and keep your literacy, writing and interaction with like-minded individuals, something interesting will certainly smooth your way to becoming a novelist. You... keep readin' and writein' - that's the only mantra.