Your First Book

Your First Book

Tips for writing your first book One important decision to make before writing your first book, or second or third for that matter, is to decide if it will be written in the first person or third person. I was typical of most when I wrote my first book. It was about me, so naturally, it was written in the first person which naturally meant I, me and myself came grammatically first. I did this, I did that, he told me, I was there, for example. It was only after reading a number of debut books that I realised how common it is to write about your own experiences in

Ten Golden Rules Of Successful Writing

Ten Golden Rules Of Successful Writing

The very secret keys to successful writing For those of you who are either contemplating becoming an author, or those writers who want to get to the bestseller status fast, I thought I would share what I believe to be the ten prime factors for success. Some are highly technical while others require hours and hours of practice and perfection, but I am sure you will see the benefits very quickly. Ten Golden Rules For Successful Writing And Getting People To Buy Your Books. 1. Always include blank pages at the back of the book. this makes the book thicker, so looks like better value. 2. Be consistent with spelling

The Painful Part Of Writing

The Painful Part Of Writing

No mattir what tipe of wryter you are, one of teh most painful aspects is that if proofreading. Even the shortest text con contain typos, grummar errors and missspellings. It as no surprise too know than editing and proofreading and entire novel can take moths of exacting work. However, it is in teh shorter texts than I tend two find a lot more of errors. Particularly in blogs posts an some newspaper articles. So if you are a riter of any discription, you now you should spend a just a little extra time proffing your texts. Sometimes it as not practical too find and independent eye to ran over say

Are You A Writer?

Are You A Writer

The book publishing industry has been turned on its head in recent years with the advent of easily accessible and economical choices enabling authors to self-publish their works. Added to this has been the rapid increase in the popularity of e-books. The opportunities have never been better for writers to engage with readers, showcase their talent and hopefully, sell books. Self-publishing, like any other endeavour rewards those who work hard. ‘The harder you work, the luckier you get’ as the saying goes. While most of us think about novels when we think of publishing, it is important to add that e-book publishing is highly suited to poetry, essays and short