What to do after Writing a BookAfter writing a book, what to do?
This is how you work on your work until it is "finished
Several of these authors want to complete the scripts they started during NaNoWriMo. Some are in the midst of their first design and are enthusiastic about their next moves. When will you know your volume be ready? As soon as you have completed this last page, you will probably feel more proud than you ever have in your whole lifetime, after being born.
Don't look at your design, though, because once you do, the terrible realities of how poor your work is will almost certainly be depressing. One of the most difficult things to face is to agree, especially after the 7th recast did not quite make it. You only finish your work when you have revised it at least once (and almost always several times) from start to finish.
So I could get a hundred quotations from famous authors that sounds exactly like the above, but instead, just rely on me. Once you've finished your first design, you'll have so much to do. Each author's review is different, a few things seem to work well for everyone.
Stephen Koch's Writer's Workshop is the best volume I have ever seen on the reviewers. These are four ways to work on your book: Once you have finished your first design, please start reading your own script. Do not work on. This is not to rework the textbook, but to get a new view of the textbook and see which gaps need to be filled.
Even if I wouldn't suggest doing a hard job, you're welcome to take a note or write down your idea for the next one. It is a particularly good ploy for novels. Having drawn the tea cup from a few regular angles, I was compelled to be a creativ. They are fast abstracts of your whole textbook in just a few thousand words.
Storytelling a summary of your storyline in ten different ways gives you new insights into the essence of your novel, who the most important people are, which are the most important and how you can organize your theatrical work. A scenario should not last longer than a single full page and can contain 2,000 to 3,000 words for a single chapter and 300 to 500 words for a series.
Whereas most professionals are writing three or more designs, there are a number of individual artists. As a rule, however, individual draftsmen usually take much longer with their first designs than most authors, so that they probably end up rewriting more than multi-drafter. Your second design, after your first design, is intended for larger structure corrections.
When you have found any larger gaps in the read phase, your second design is a good moment to review or transcribe sections and cuts. You can even choose to start from scratch after the explorations you make in your Scenario. Wouldn't do much of a polish until your third outfit.
The finishing touch only comes with the third design. The first designs are for the excavation of the foundations of the books, the second for the frame of the building and the third for its completion. When will you know your volume be ready? Léonard da Vinci once said: "Art is never done, just forsaken. "But there is a ploy to know when to "give up" your books and go out into the realm.
Every time I have finished a design, except the first - which is just for my eye - I submit my script to a group of up to 30 buddies to give me feedbacks. I can get a feel for what my eBook really is through these betas and not what I think it is.
If you are working on your work, you come too near to it to have a logical prospect. If you listen to them while they are talking about your product, you can see if it is prepared for the planet. Self-released textbooks have a reputation for mishandling.
When you buy a first print of a traditional publication, you will probably find two or three types. First editions are simply not common. They can have a 20-person crew look for bugs in your textbook, and when it's released, your second cousin will call you and tell you there's a bug on page 276.
And not only do you have a better work because of it, good workmanship is the best way to master the literacy. When you can do so, I suggest that after the second design you engage an editorial staff member who will give you an idea of your main issues. Once the third design is finished, it is important that you use a line or text reader to go through your text with a thin combs.
Have the best work you could write. I work with people who are always so much luckier after the work. What do you do with your books? I' m helping other playwrights to get over doubts and prosper!