How to Write first BookWriting the first book
In Oklahoma, Jack asks how long it took Dave to write his first book.
Writing a show
I' m considering a great set, but the first one seems to me to be the most enjoyable and complex to compose. Throughout most good sets, and apparently as the default on most counseling websites, the first volume should be able to stand alone, like most of the volumes.
Besides, what would be your understanding of having an overall purpose for the storyline that is evolved and fulfilled in the show as a whole, and then a different purpose for each of the books in the show? Notice that a multitude of writers seem to take this rapprochement, but still there seems to be this single volume 1 standing standar.
One of the things I'm interested in is just your thoughts, and I haven't been able to find a section on the website about rows if you even have one (which I believe you should definitely if you don't). Single ledgers in a show must be on their own, if not different from the fact that your readers, who may only ever buy one ledgers in the show, will be very disappointed to find out that the plot is not solved.
I am also very much in favor of having a comprehensive history that includes the whole set in supplement to every single one. This way you can give your readers a satisfactory and full account in the first volume (so they don't get cheated), and also make them think that this is just the beginning of a much larger one, and make them starve for the second volume.
Occurrences are part of scenes that are part of files, part of fiction, part of serials, etc. Like you suggest, you can set a history target for the whole set (which is probably also the target for the last volume when the set is completed).
With the exception of the last novel, all of them have their own narrative objective and are a fully evolved history that is not only part of the great one. By the way, I suppose that the main cause why the first volume in many books is more independent than the others is that the writer had no idea of a serial when he was writing it.
Later on, when the publishing house asked for a continuation, the writer began to think in the form of a serial and began to write the rest of the book in this way. Thanks for creating this precious asset for me and my colleagues.