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I' m a lousy author. So how do I get from a poor author to an astonishing one?
I' ve only seen three causes for poor typing, and all of them are workable. You' re not reading enough. When you don't like other people's accounts, you don't know what you like. And you haven't learnt how to divide a story into what makes it good or what burdens it. You' ve got to learn to reread to make your fantasy flow.
If you read every good part of the letter, you will get a feeling for how you want to say things. When you want to start drawing, don't just take a seat one of these days and paint something you have in mind. One learns the mechanism of what makes something nice. Likewise, you must first learnt from other good authors.
When you don't do the reading, it will be evident in your letter; your tales will be boring and insignificant. They may think something is inventive and new, but it's been done in a thousand different textbooks that you've never used. So, if you want to be a good author, you' ll be reading a great deal.
Until you know what you want. I don't think you've learnt how to spell. Whilst it gives you a feeling for what you like to study, it is no replacement for what you do. In order to be good at typing, you must acquire the necessary skills. At any time you can simply type and find out what works by trying it out.
You can also benefit from the many years of experiences and suggestions of former authors. There are certainly periods when something you write doesn't work and you can't find out why. Typing hints and skills can help you solve these issues. We have many winning authors and publishers who are willing to collaborate on it.
Visit weblogs like Better Novel Project or World to Done (http://writetodone.com). You should take typing lessons. You will find a lot of interesting reading material about how Stein wrote Howard Stein. You can use an editors help you to enhance your typing like a private instructor. My own way of working is to take my sweetest moments to learn the instruments and principals that will make you a better author.
Yes - and all these things will not help you if you don't actually put them into action. Continue your studies and become a good author. You' re not confident as a novelist. When you' re typing, you' re a novelist. Well, then type. There is no unbiased way to decide whether you are a good or a poor author.
However, if you are impassioned and do the above things, there is a fairly good possibility that you are already a good author. Sharing your letter with your loved ones and see if they like it. Communicate it with criticism groups, either on-line or in a personal capacity. Sharing it with an editorial journalist and get a profesional view.
Either you have strengthened your self-confidence, or you will become a better author. You' re reading. Learning and practicing. Shared your letter.