What to do after Writing a BookAfter writing a book, what to do?
I write life. 5 things you need to know to complete your work
I' ve been asking writers about the literacy and publication processes every wk for the Secret Library Podcast for almost two years. Topics have come up, and when it comes down to it, many writers have similar things to say about what it needs to end a work. Any time I get a reply to the letter saying that someone kept typing because of something they listened to on the program, it makes me do it all day - maybe even my whole months.
You take these memos about the letter to your hearts. It' possible that you're finishing your work. All books are different. Don't try to "find a way to master them all" that works with every script you do now. As comforting as it is to hear about other people's routine, so important is the one who works for you.
It is possible to finish a volume and it happens all the while. If you let yourself be browbeaten by typing a script, you're probably looking at typing a script bad." It decomposes its letter into 500 words per days, no more and no less, and proceeds until it has a first outline.
This may seem to conflict with #1, but the benefits I have felt from speaking with these many writers that have appeared make him beat into me that will make me end up finishing a book every single working day. What does that mean? You keep typing, it'll be. Don't enforce the lawsuit. It is especially important in fiction, but it can also produce other types of writings.
When you have the feeling that you have to crush it out of your mind, it will be neither enjoyable to writ nor to just enjoy reading. I' m always going back to an early part with Sarah Selecky, who spoke about scribbling as a kind of magic orchestration. When you' re sitting in a place of inquisitiveness and taking note, history will come.
These episodes will alter the way you think about fictional composition and is one such facilitation. Keep in mind that you can and that your letter is important. Talking to writers after writers, anybody will tell me they get frightened or jammed or worried they' their books are bullshit overall, but then they keep going and ending it anyway.
It is sometimes difficult to persuade yourself to write, but please keep in mind that the end results are rewarding. Let me write your script.