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novel writing at a young age as a novelist.
I am only 13 years old, but I have always enjoyed to read and write. I recently written a brief blog that seems to have developed into an concept for a work. or more than likely a trialogy or a three-part work. I don't know where to begin my work or what kind of books I'd like.
Trilogie or 3-part volume? I' ve got 3 different tales packed into one big image and for each tale I have a different shape, something like a sceleton. Do I know the plot and what I want, even at the end of part three, but where should I do it?
When I write it (I trust anyone who has seen part of it would like me to be able to read it), what chances do I have to publish it as a very young, first-time writer trying to write either a trialogy or a three-part work?
How do I get started? First of all, I would like to congratulate you on an outstanding launch. Secondly, it doesn't make any difference where you begin, but you should probably work on the completion of a work first. When you manage to get a work published, you may have a shot at getting the others published, and all those thoughts will be of value.
You may also find that you may need to take a rest from case to case, perhaps by creating a brief history or taking inspiration for other textbooks. Until you finish at least one history. Concerning the publication..... Opportunities are rare in conventional publishers, regardless of ages (unless they are already known for something else).
Yet, authoring a great volume will certainly improve your chances. Surely. If you are over 13 years old when you write your finished work, but even if you're still a youngster, it's not necessarily a neg. When the product is achiever, your era could elasticity the class an absorbing space (simply because juvenile maker are uncommon).
It'?s important how much you want to be a novelist. Would you like to have the self-discipline to write 80,000 words for many long lessons and even more, to rework and shine your script until it is the best you can do? Maybe you are fortunate enough to find the right publishing house at the right moment with a novel that may or may not play into a new fashion movement.
There are of course alternative ways to publish traditionally, but self-publishing brings its own challenge, primarily your capacity to promote and distribute your work to people other than your boyfriends and mothers. If you really want to be a novelist, you better get started on your writin'. Although the history you now have in your head does not become sold, continue with it.
The majority of authors have to write several "practice novels" or tens of shorts before they sell their works. One cannot be a great author if one does not practise more than one could become a great piano player or turner without practic. Some of the time, folks are spending years doing something they think will be their hottest storyline ever, just to find that it was just a warm-up for the tenfold hornier storyline they'll be facing next.
Anything you can do is write the history that wants to be made now and see what happens.