Should I Write a BookShall I write a book?
Yeah, so many, that's a rhetorical question.
Are you supposed to be writing a work?
Everyone may carry a notebook, but not everyone is sure whether to get it out of them. But why should I be writing a work? How does a textbook do what a blogs or tweets can't? I have to publish a novel?
In view of the unsafe state of the work in today's idealaplex (my concept for all these things - from TED to Tweeters - with which we generate, interact and consum ideas), these are wise sentiments. It'?s difficult to read and everyone knows it. When you put in the work and do the thinking, folks allow you a greater degree of authority than when you have put in the work and done the harsh thinking, but have not authored a workbook.
Have a look at the note on the back of the front page of your work. It is a business cards, an ice-breaker, a door-stopper, an agent, a survivor, a sales pamphlet, a romantic note, a non-lethal gun, a timer, a panelist, a Manifest and an alibi to form a group whose main goal is to clap or drinking it.
It can' and should' not contain everything you know. This should be a tempting introduction to the worlds of you and your contents - your other scripts, your lectures, video clips, workshops, ceremonies, emblems, goods, doctrines and affinities - a universe that you can further develop and upgrade, so that the books, though unchangeable, take on new meaning over the years.
It is a work of artwork and an elegance of technique. It is the end of one working phase and the beginning of another, often more important one. It' not the last thing on your subject, but the beginning of a discussion about it. A single volume can be the foundation for a lifetime's work.
If you are a beginner, there are also some things that are not so pleasant to write a textbook, and you should take these into account before you dive ahead, including: Dedicated (rather strange) procedure. Typing a textbook is different from any other creative activity you may know or be good at. Therefore, the trial can be annoying, tormenting or so timeconsuming that you want to give up.
To write a textbook is intellectual, emotional and physical exhausting. It' also very enlightening and enlightening - from your know-how, the qualitiy of your idea, your typing abilities and your person. They can' take back a volume. They believe that your work is great and that your motifs are an honour.
Yes, you want a vivid discussion about your script - that's what breathing is about - but when the first positive comments, the Sarcasmic Tweet or the complete refutation comes, you may be surprised or unfairly challenged. Following the letter of the textbook, there is to publish, promote and announce.
There are also out-of-control parts to this whole thing (will it get a good rating? Will they buy it?), but if you're not working on the sale of the script, it can't win the breath you want, or it could be totally ignored, which is much harder than retaliation. There is no general reply to the question: Should I be writing a work?