The answer is both yes and know. This is because writing a book is not immediately confined to a set layout. The chapter system has proven its worth over the centuries of novel writing because it is useful for organizing the story and for giving the reader timely breaks should they need them without losing … Continue reading Books Are Always Written In Chapters Aren’t They?
It’s always interesting to see how other people approach this subject!
(I’m going to be presenting these as Unquestionable Rules that Must be Followed. Argue with me anyway. Sometimes I’m very strident and wrong at the same time, especially if I think a general tone of Absolute Authority is funnier. I am scheduling this to pop while I’m on the road, so feel free to yell at me in comments.)
You have written a book. Congratulations! I am proud of you. You have done something that you have probably wanted to do for a very long time and that many, many people have tried to do and failed.
Here is what to do next, so that when you publish your book, you have the greatest chance of your book making an impact. Note my phrasing; it’s intentional: when YOU publish your book. You’re not submitting your book to an agent or to a publishing company and waiting a year to get…
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I agree with giving to charity. I think that it is a moral imperative that if you can give afford to give a little then, as a human being witnessing the despair of another human being, even through removed mediums like television, the press, and the internet, that you should do something. Last year I … Continue reading Charity begins on the phone but not again.
As I posted previously I don’t place too much currency in the New Year but one thing that you cannot deny is that the year 2014 has indeed changed into 2015. Does that mean anything significant to me? Yes, actually it does indeed. I have various ambitions that I want to fulfil in 2015, not … Continue reading 2015 is Here!