Things you need to Write a BookItems you need to write a book
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It'?s either alcohol or coffe or maybe both. Most of us use "not the right supplies" as an apology not to act, so I will help you here to find out everything you need (and don't need) to do! Handwriting? Papers and crayons. I' m recommending a ledger.
Actually I suggest this: the big Moleskin Classic Note Book. /But you can use any notebook/notice pad (including those yellow legal pads - I've seen people write their novels on some of those bad boys) that hits your imagination. Whatever you like, it must be in your hand, writing fluently and flowing well.
Make sure you have some pencils in other colours (or get one of those great things) so you can take note on the side or on the edge. When you' re not typing by handwriting, you' re probably at a computer. You will need a good write tool in this case. Word is Microsoft Word but if you are serious about your trade, YOU NEED SCRIVER.
If you write your own history, I suggest you have a notepad and stylus for fast reading. It' free (although there is a pay per click if you need it) and it's so amazingly practical. It can be built into your mobile and other equipment and synchronizes your memos, books, research pages and everything else, no mater where you go.
As in, don't waste all your precious free day looking at fun images of cats, but know when to click away and type. You' ll probably need more than the gadgets, like pencils and pencils to put your words on your pen. We are humans, and we are emotive beings, so a certain level of consolation is needed, especially when we embark on such an intensive undertaking as typing a work.
Lots of authors like it. While I can't guarantee bulletproof coffees from my own experiences, I've been told that they're not only very good, they even pump up your brains. However, you can also use normal coffees only. I' m recommending this because authors need brains. We may not seem to need much effort, but we need a great deal from authors.
Ment depletes 20% of the body's absorbed carbohydrates, and the authors use their brain like wera. You' re supposed to be eating. Many authors loose the overview of their days and end up loosing lessons in their writings, which is great..... unless we forgot to refuel ourselves. This is how you make some wholesome, tasty treats that are easy to consume with one handed (or without your own if you are really creative).
Mix smoothhies and have a vacuum jug ready with your favourite teas or coffees, you won't want to get up when you're in the river, but you might still get thursty. In my opinion, earphones, along with pen and pencil and the like, are one of the most important investment a author makes.
Different folks. Others have these strange customs of speaking, television, listening and other things to do, like making dinner or doing the stain. If you are at home and living with others or in a cafe, there is a lot of noises! So, plug in your earphones, play your favorite tunes (I have written a diary about your choice of tunes, you can find it here!), and WRITE.
We have to be able to focus a little more on what we do. There are different layers of loneliness that fit different individuals, but most authors get along best when we can be imprisoned alone for a while. One notebook next to my bunk for fast nocturnal memos and that.
Those are real showers. You know that a good part of your best thoughts come to you in the showers, and it' s hard for a kid to get out of the showers, get dried and record them before you ever forgets. What do you really have to say at the end of the morning?
Because, while all the items itemized I scanned above will help you work faster and more conveniently, at the end of the days, none of these things are what makes or breaks your typing career. What are you looking for? An author is resolute and writes everywhere, at all times and with everything he has. I' m talkin' about taking your own pictures or a bright picture so you don't overlook them.
I' m speaking to every means at your command to put the history on its side. You have a history to tell, regardless of the outside universe. What is the ONE thing you can't spell without?