I am Writing a BookI'm writing a book
Where I' m rewriting a new volume - Alison May
I am currently about 15000 words in the first version of my new work. This is something I very little often get from fellow writers at this early stages of a first draft: There' s no right way to start writing a novel, but my point is something like that: I' m handing in my copy.
It' s common from level 4 to 7 to hate the script - at least for me - but levels 4 to 7 are still vital because they are the way my mind gets to level 8 where the script is actually made. When I do, I have no interest in composing the script because I already know everything that happens.
That' s the white board next to my desktop this mornings and it reminds me that it's good that what I'm typing is terrible right now. That'?s part of my spelling. It will be poor before it's good. This is because I have a tendency to pack things too easily and type too tidily from A to A - part of the why I don't like too much scheduling; at the end I am going to type the most straightforward and effective way from Plotpoint 1 to Plotpoint 2, which is not necessarily a good script.
I wanted the book's bubble to become even cluttered and morbid. I am a novelist who regularly designs ten thousand words from a manuscript and in the last editing step add new sequences. That' s the way I work, and it's always terrible in the middle of the "writing shit" time.
However, if I go on and start writing enough rubbish, then I can make edits, and unlike many other authors, I like cutting. There is no way to work on a page that is empty. Others will do it differently, probably more rationally, and that's okay. After all, there is no right way to compose a novel.
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