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So how do you spell a story? Go get something to work on. You' re going to make a ledger. There' a lot of things that go into the making of a work. The interaction of characters and which characters should be used to mirror what you are about. Learn the pedaling frequency to know when to move forward in your chair and when to relax and breath and think.
Am I expressing my worldview in my work? Is it possible to name the latest Popstar / Real-Star / Film / Song / Thing from our population or will my books "age" within a year? So what if this Popstar / Realist Stars does something really awful later in their lives?
And, on top of that..... can I really just put it in a way that other folks want to do it? Everybody has a notebook inside them, they say. This means doing it in a way for one author will work miracles, but doing it in the same way for another author will not work.
Each individual author works differently and telling each author how to make a good work of it will do you a bad service. You' ve relied on well-intentioned advices and it goes badly, so give up because that someone has been telling you how to type a script, and it doesn't work so obviously that you can't type a script.
Below are some ways other authors work: You begin with the first one on the first page and just go BLUE BLUE and let the words come out to shape the storyline as they go. You have an ideeee and just go BLOH in the general sense of the idee and see what happens on the way.
So do some people: They' re writing their books in one go and then processing them later. You let the whole design and production cycle run unimpeded from start to finish. You work on the part as you go through the last section before you start the next one. It edits completely as it goes, and makes no headway until the last few bits are perfectly.
A number of authors do not even publish and are not editing and write it and then hand it on to their editor to repair and organize it. Sadly, but luckily, the only way you'll ever know is to catch a pen and try it out. Creativity and creativity can help.
STREPHEN KING'S On Writing is like a scripture for authors. When you are a disheveled bloke, don't make any plans and get on with it....BUT...be ready when this first outburst of excitement breaks out, because then you have to work and work. You go start writing a script.