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Write your book today by Morgan Gist MacDonald
Hello, this is Roger Bryan and today I will discuss the Morgan Gist MacDonald project "Start your notebook today". Now, the whole point is that I was reading this one, that I wrote a few years ago and I really felt it was really going to be the right moment to do what my fourth one would be.... From a technical point of view my fifth one, if you consider the cookery we did two years ago.
My intention was to create a more sturdy textbook, something more impressive. Thought I' d get started with a little research 1. and this one had a bunch of great reviews on Amazon. I' ve made a few comments because there are a few things here that I thought were really interesting about this script that could help you when you're considering starting a work.
The number of words you should type per days, how you can understand this on a week-by-week and how many days it should take to produce your time line to the first one. And I think on a 1 to 10 ratio I would give the script about an 8 I really think it's too easy for an audiences who probably will never do it.
To those who have authored a work or to those I know are coaching someone in authoring the work, it might be a bit simplified and maybe even a bit overweight in the game. I' d still strongly suggest it. One of the things I think of working with college kids who have tried to compose and fail and look at those who have composed and successful books. What I think is that the work with college kids who have tried to compose them and fail.
It was clear to me how important her section on "Why" is for your work. It' s a figment of imagination to just create a song, sit down and write and then publish your story on Amazon and think you'll make a lot of it. When you write novels, it still won't work.
"First of all, you have to put this down. What do you want to do this? Is your expertise in an industrial sector helpful to others? Perhaps you have found ways to make things better in your sector or where you work? Do you have an adventure you want to tell a tale, or you want to establish yourself as an authoritative person by exchanging your experiences in a particular area?
While you see much of being an authoritative person in an industrial sector, you don't really see much of reflecting on the "why" for your work. They can say that Morgan's "why?" for composing this work is that she had expertise in composing textbooks, she had a system she wanted to divide, and she was able to give advices to folks that they could fight to finish their first work without it.
If you are sitting down and thinking about doing your first or second and third, fourth and fifth books, I would suggest this as something that would give you a good overview. "If you want to write a novel, get this at Amazon. That' Roger Bryan, this is a reviewer of "Start reviewing your notebook today" by Morgan Gist MacDonald.