Want to Start Writing a BookWould you like to write a book?
David Walliams changing from satirical to children's bookmaking
TV celebrity and satirist David Walliams is no one-trick bangs. After appearing in a number of films, crime shows and TV shows - especially in "Little Britain" - the one area where Walliams never would have come has made him a big hits among young people. "I became a novelist to become a comic, and then I realized that for me it seemed more imaginative than perform.
and the only limitation is your imagination." Walliams made his children's novel début in 2008 and published his first children's novel "Der Junge im Kleid", which dealt with the topic of crossdressing. Whilst nearly a decennium ago the company "probably had less understanding of this kind of idea," Walliams added that the work was well accepted by the general population and set him on his way to writing more.
Walliam's talents have not gone unseen. He was considered one of Britain's best-selling children's writers in 2014, having generated over 7 million ($8.6 million) from the sale of his work this year, as The Bookseller reports in the press at the year. Walliams, during a common typographical exercise, likened a script to ascending a hill, where "when you're at the bottom, you look up and go: "Oh, I can't"; (but) when you're midway, it gets a little simpler.
Walliams said when it comes to getting the audience to leave with a certain note, he hopes the audience could take something useful with his latest release "The Midnight Gang", hopefully one about team work. "I think with textbooks you take the readership on a trip and you have to have a little something, if you want to get folks to come and take this one out and study it every single day, it might take some kid a few month to get to read one of my textbooks."