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Every writer develops her own way of writing a book. Some like to pump out hundreds of pages of rough drafts, others deliberate over each and every word put to paper.
As you develop a taste for writing, you will soon discover a method that works for you. But for absolute beginners, this blog post should serve as a good starting point. Pick a Genre Take a quick glance at your bookshelf. What do you see?
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In other words, write for yourself, not the market. Stephen King puts it best: Your stuff starts out being just for you, but then it goes out. Start from the End Endings are the hardest part of any story. Most beginners start out strong but find themselves flummoxed by the time the ending draws near.
So before you put a single word to paper, figure out how your story ends. Not how it begins — that can be redrawn and revised indefinitely — how it closes. Work your way backwards. What are the catalysts that lead to the close? What was their origin?
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Characters stay with readers for generations, the stories are mostly forgotten. This is why you must draw out your characters before you start writing the book.
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Many people talk about being ―an author‖, but you do actually have to write something to become one!
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