Writing a Book with no ExperienceWrite a book without experience
It' a goodbye, no matter how much she likes your writing.
Is it possible for an writer to produce a good and inexperienced work?
It is a mutilated cross-over of notions that cannot be clearly defined because the point is to tell you that you are not good, because you simply have not been living enough. In order to make a good tale, you must talk, you must study to understand how to tell, you must study to understand and you must not. When you have learnt all three, you will have taken in enough cultural content that every history you tell has a significance that goes beyond what happens.
Since your history comes from the experiences of life in the community and civilization in which you grew up, your history will be an expressio. When you are reasonably articulating, you are able to clearly and easily enough convey your idea to urge and force the reader to study your stories and then you can make a good work.
However, authenticity is totally unimportant if it is not exactly malign. I will say this again, with even more emphasis: AUTHENTICITY IS TOTALLY UNIMPORTANT WHEN IT'S NOT EXACTLY DAMAGING. Well, that's the least important thing about my system, the other two disadvantages first: 2) You won't have had enough reading enough of what other folks have recently been writing to tell what kind of story folks want to do.
The knowledge of the fashions can make the big deal between being considered a good and not just well-written work. 1 ) You will not realize that the thoughts, topics and questions you want to address and debate in your work are those that everyone goes through at your age.
It is a persistent issue throughout the author's lifetime (which is why editors have so many scripts with tales of, and I am quoting, "middle-aged teachers having scandals with their secretaries"). What I suppose begins to look like I'd say the more of your experiences of living, the more you'll have to do.
Besides, the better you spell it, the better if you practice now.