Tips to Write a good novelWriting a good novel
9 best tips for writing by Ernest Hemingway
He was one of the greatest Americans of the twentieth c. The writer was Ernest Hemingway. Hemingway's most famous work, The Old Man and the Sea, won him the Pulitzer Prize in 1953, and in 1954 Hemingway was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature "for his strong, stylistic control of narrative art".
" Hemingway has never encoded his scriptwriting strategy in a book like Stephen King, Ray Bradbury or other author, but has documented his approaches to scriptwriting in his correspondence to operatives, editors, other author and friend and through contract work. He is a summary of his reflection on his own compositional processes and gives a captivating insight into the spirit of one of the world's greatest novelists.
Although Hemingway was a novel writer, these hints are still very useful for shopkeepers, whether you are creating a guide to managerial strategy or just trying to enhance your day-to-day work. These are just a few of the many inspirational suggestions Hemingway gives in this book: That which is and does typing.
They are all the same in that they are more true than if they had really occurred, and after you have read one you will sense that everything that has occurred to you and then everything that is yours, good and evil, despair, remorse and suffering, men and places and what the weathers were.
It is the most difficult of all things..... 2. Writers' skills.
For a good author, the most important present is a built-in, shock-proof fucking detection device. That'?s the author' s own radio and all the great authors have had it. An author without a flair for fairness and unfairness would be better off publishing the annual of a college for extraordinary kids than to write a novel.
It seems that a great author was created with wisdom. However, he really is not; he was only created with the capacity to study in a faster relationship to the times than other people and without deliberate use, and with an intellect to either acknowledge or deny what is already presented as know.
Grief and the joy of typing. In my opinion, you actually work for two guys; yourself to try to make it perfectly good; or if not, it' s beautiful. And then you type for those you loved, whether she can or can' t tell and whether she's living or dead....Writing is something you can never do as well as you can.
I' ve got to type to be glad whether I' m getting the paycheck or not. As you can see, in all my tales I try to get the sense of real live across -- not, just to criticise across?--?not, only it?--?or, to actually bring it to live. If you' ve seen something of mine, you' re actually experiencing it.
Be about what you know and really type and tell them all where they can place it.... there should be a book about the person you know, the person you like, the person you detest, not the person you are studying. I wrote what I know. You' ve always been a writer and now you're going to be one.
The only thing you have to do is to make a real statement. Type the real phrase you know. "So I would at last start writing a real line and then move on. At that time it was simple because there was always a real phrase that I knew or had seen or heared.
Once a penniless author knows enough about what he writes, he can leave out things he knows, and the readers, if he really writes enough, will have a sense of those things as if the author had said them. An author who leaves things out because he doesn't know them only makes empty spaces in his work.
Prosascripting rules are as unchanging as those of escape, math, physical science. After all, I used to love typing a lot and was never luckier than doing it.... And a day of 1200 or 2700 was something that made you feel luckier than you could believe. If I only had 320, I'd feel good.
You should study typing from anyone who's ever done anything to help you. Usually I never do anything before I start reading in the early hours to try to get a taste of the old nails, without help, without impact and without someone to give you a great example or look over your shoulders.
As I wrote, I had to be reading after I had finished..... after you were empty, I had to be reading so as not to think about your work or worried until you could do it again. I' d already learnt never to empty the well of my letter, but always to stop it when something was still in the lower part of the well, and to have it refilled at nights by the sources that supplied it.