How to Write a Successful novelWriting a successful novel
Writing a succesful novel
I had a long-running drama released the previous year. About fifteen years ago, Simon sowed the seeds of history, which became a game of the Dead. In a three-page audio drama entitled Echo, he introduced the bad guy of acting with the dead and a cruel man. Simon got dusty with this audio drama in 2011 and asked me for my comments, as I worked as an assistent director for TV and movies (The Woman in Black, Harry Potter, Spooks).
So I had a reading and thought what the piece needed was the participation of a policeman and the technologies of the near-fire. This is not all, but also different tales that run through different characters: for example members of the families in which the readers could make investments. This we did, although we first did as a television show that hardly ever got off the floor; the match with the dead is the outcome of (between us) almost four years of work.
So my first two hints for ambitioned authors are as follows. However, keep in mind that if you have composed a mystery, ask someone for help who at least enjoys the game and already knows it, rather than someone who hated it. For example, Simon and I need this first volume so we can begin to plan the series.
One novel contains about 150,000 words. Over the past few years, it has had an irresistible influence on almost every characteristic of our life and our value, both as an unbelievable gain and as a terrifying burden, which is something of a pivotal issue in the game of dying. Not only did we want to make a mystery story that points to technical changes, but also allows us to investigate the character as an emotive person who can get harmed by badly conceived, egotistical acts of others.
Most of the figures in our textbook are not good or poor, but somewhere in between. Maintain a "book of ideas". The most important literature influence for our show are Thomas Harris, Michael Crichton (taken from us too early) and Philip K. Dick. Describe what you are ardent about. That'?s what I wrote.