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What can I do to make sure I'm original in my letter?
They can sign up with her on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and see examples of her work on her authors website. One of the writers sent me an e-mail and asked: "How do I remain an originalist? I' ve found that I have to stop to read the book, or I'll copy the book in one way or another in my own work.
What about narrative ideas? The one thing I would say is that it is okay if your history has items of other histories and could even help you if you try to do it. That is why book ideas such as "It's Indiana Jones hits Pride and Prejudice!" or "It's Harry Potter but with Amish!" are voiced.
I' d make a playlist if you're afraid you're copyin' too much of another one. Let me tell you exactly what you want to do with this. If you do this for any narrative item you think is a little too near something else, at the end of the narrative you will probably be the only one who knows that your book concept was based on The Devil Wears Prada.
Some time ago I recently reviewed the handicraft book Tale by Robert McKee, which is meant for scriptwriters, but also offers a great deal of material for writers of novels. And he said, "Knowledge and insights into the history of your history are essential for reaching authenticity and excellence." So, while working on a first design, you may have to put aside the fact that you will have to study novels of the same kind, but I would not ignore the value of a deep appreciation of the narrative worlds, personalities and conflicts in your book when it comes to the attainability.
Any of you have any suggestions on how you can help our author friends be original?