If I want to Write a Book

When I want to write a book

Something happened to me when the clock struck twelve o'clock on Saturday night. This is the first of five things you need to know before writing a novel. I' d say if you wanted to write a novel, write your novel. Although you do not intend to publish a novel about your life, writing is still important. You decide what you want to write about.

If I' m a lousy author, how do I write a book?

I have a philosophie that nobody is a really lousy author. Each book recounts a history. There are many folks who just speak into a reel-to-reel to tell their stories. They then employ someone to write what is on the cassette player, edit the vocabulary and organise their thoughts.

I' m teaching a system named "A Mystical approach to writing", which releases the concealed potentials of the letter through mediation and visualisation. Don't be discouraged - everyone has a tale to tell. Explore your capacity to tell a tale by recording what happens to you every single diary you use.

It' good to have a book of music. As you write, you can even talk aloud as if you were tellin' someone a tale. Recently I was called to a small, private group of authors who call themselves "The Sensitive Women's Writing Salon" in Sarasota, Florida. We' re giving each other feedbacks on what's good about an essays, articles, stories or poems.

It' helping us to see if we can't tell our history efficiently. I have been a full-time journalist - a journalist, a journalist, a television programme maker, a news editor, etc. - all my whole years. However, for creatively written work - shorts, poetry, novels in work, movie adaptations, etc., it's great to have your own individual feed-back from other authors.

Here is my motto: "If you can think, speak and watch, you can write!" It'?s like everything else in your world - you need a blueprint. You have to have the wish to write - to tell a history. You had to investigate how they were telling their stories. You need to create your spelling scheme - your spelling phrase.

You have to practise to tell your tale. Make a tale every single working days - what is happening, why did it occur, how did you deal with it - ask yourself a question, give yourself quiz! Get a crayon, some piece of notebook, and get started on your work! Just write it down! In Francesca Simon's "A mystic approximation to writing", he uses mystic methods of visualisation, mediation and the confrontation with and application of universe-law.

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