How to Write a great BookWriting a great book
Writing a great book - Kayla Winchester
Did you ever stare at the monitor for a minute, an hour or a day and repeat this section in your mind that makes you feel like an imbecile in the hope of repairing it? You may never have got beyond the first movement, and this is not an entertaining one. Did you ever find a hole in your story or a scene that doesn't make sence?
A character whose only mistake is too impeccable? Poor English language? Mislaid sentences or spelling mistakes in single words? Now, don't get angry any more, because you've found exactly what you need: help and clues!
Where do I put a cover text?
The cover of a cover should be a true-to-life portrayal of the book's genre; it should entice the readers to want to know more - now - and should not betray the end. Typing a cover text is more difficult than you think, and is an ideal way to make yourself known.
It seemed very important to me - here was my possibility to summarize the value of the work in a lasting form. It was passionate that the council I was about to give would go down well, and very strongly that the group I was working for was unrepresented and poorly serviced by the available information wells.
For me, the possibility of composing the script was an occasion to increase the professionality of the group I wrote for. The purpose of a cover page is to lure a buyer, not to warrant a lifetime of service or vocation. Keep in minds that such blurriness is often seen in overcrowded places that are especially loved by pick-pockets, and that buyers are crowding around you while your other shopping is dangling from your other palm, and that textbooks are often hard to keep and therefore hard to keep for a long while.
Nonfiction flap text should give a fast hint for whom it is intended and why it is needed. Quotations are invaluable for both literature and non-fiction, as they can determine exactly what the readers should expect. This is the opening of the first section of one of my favorite books, for Behind the Scenes at Kate Atkinson's museum.