Writing a Book 101Write a book 101
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Starting the writing and reformatting of your book can be quite discouraging, especially if it is your first try. No matter whether you're looking for design input, outline of chapters or number of words, we'll publish contributions from business community guides as part of our blogs.
Remember that your blue print will be the most important part of your book. Chaptor 1: A Tag in the Live of your Actor - In this Chaptor I will describe what it is like to live a whole days in my characters world.
I' ll begin by writing a powerful story that draws an image in the reader's mind of what my personality sees when he opens his eye for the first time - what he sees in the room, what is surrounding him, what kind of emotion is going through his mind, etc... Every section can be delineated in several sections.
Again, the crux of the matter is that you can continue where you stopped, even if you haven't been able to type for a few month. Make sure your summary of chapters contains how to open and closed the chapters, but what is also important is what is discussed in this one.
For example, if I wanted to create a book with 80,000 words, I would want to create 14 to 16 words and find out what each will be... For 14 words - you would create about 5,700 words per each.
The simple way to do the mathematics is to divide 80,000 words by 16 and you would get 5,000 words.... Some authors like to type short words because they can't keep a topic running in a too many words section, so you'll see a novel with 32 sections at 2,
This is really a real predilection for what works best for you and how many words you feel good with.... A small book will contain about 60,000 words, while a much longer reading is in the 100,000 words region.... However, most memoirs / fiction pages drop from 65K to 80K... 225 to 260 pages.
In the beginning I would myself type five pages and discard them because I thought I would never type a 250-page script.... It can be awesome if you let it... Once I have broken up the layout and realized that I could type one book after another, one section after another, it began to appear like a very accessible one.
As soon as you begin your voyage of actually designing your sections, make sure you have a very tough opening for each section, a tough center to keep your readers dedicated and a very efficient end that keeps them reading more... Use tough transitions to take you from section to section and let the reader with queries that they will be able to pick up only the responses to later; this keeps them dedicated, intrigues and wants to hit the pages and learn more about the letter and the history as they go.
It is a miserable book that has never been divided with the rest of the oceans.... So tell your tale.... your vote is important!