How to Write a long BookWriting a long book
Surprisingly, the reply to "How long should it take to produce a book?" Marketing Resources for Small Businesses
To be a publishing writer is a very mighty thing. And even those who never take the trouble to study your article or your text will give you an improved rating because they have been out there. When you' followed me, it's nothing new to you. You' ve been hearing me say over and over that you' re supposed to be writing a work.
And, of course, the main purpose of creating a volume is that it is one of the quickest ways to elevate your stat to an "expert". Nevertheless, many shopkeepers, although they know this, will never ever publish a work. I cannot address all the causes, but one big obstacle I will deal with here is the timing one.
You may think that you are too preoccupied, can not quickly enough to finish a notebook in enough order to make it work. Or, you think you need to take some break to get it done and wonder who'mans' the shop while you take your writing to.
So if you've ever thought about making a good work, you've no doubt been reading that it can take "6 month to a year" to do it. Or, you've listened to the tales of writers like J.K. Rowling, the writer of Harry Potter, who said it took her 5 years to create her first Harry Potter work.
However, it doesn't have to and shouldn't take long to write a work. You' ll only earn less if you write slowly. A further legend that deserves to be exposed is that slower typing makes better reading. So Sara Gruen made her first sketch of her novel in 4 week. Your novel "Water for Elephants" is a great novel, became the number one best seller, won prizes and produced a film.
Bradbury had two loud children in his house, so he hired ten euro cent an hours typing at UCLA to work on his novel. He was driven to high speeds by the thundering metre - he cut 5,086 words a full working Day to finish Fahrenheit 451 in 9 hectic trading sessions.
I myself am writing a design, printing it out, re-sorting some pages, making the least number of manual adjustments, writing "bridges" that are necessary to move from one section to the next, and passing it on to Carla for tidying up and to the editor. I' ll be writing my book in about a fortnight... about 30hrs.
Perfectism is seldom lucrative, which is why I seldom make a second design of a work. I have a fixed timeframe for each of them. I' ll finish the work when I' m done. It' important to write a script. It is also important to draw up a given timetable and find the "Good Enough Spot", the line of excellence to stop working on your work. After all, your customer, client or patient is not deeply interested in going further.
In the end, many people will only be interested in you writing a work. VIA THE AUTHOR: