Are you looking for some guidance on how to start book writing?
Then this is the right one for you! What will be discussed in this blog are the essential things you need to do.
Before you start writing, have some preparation. It can make a big difference. Through this, you can coherently write what you want to convey. For example, if you create a flow of how your narrative will flow, you can put the details a lot easier compared to writing automatically.
You can start outlining how you would begin the story, the conflicts and tension, and what the resolution be. If your book is nonfiction, then create an outline of what message you want to convey to your readers, as well as what they will gain from reading the book.
2. Recognize the characteristics of your characters
Understand the whole persona of the characters in your story. Keeping it half-baked can be noticed by readers. Make your characters intriguing. Keep your readers engaged in your stories. You can build up the tension easily if you understand your characters.
3. Create a Schedule
If you like writing during the day or night, then stick to it. Create a limit on how long and how many days of the week you are going to write. You can also set the number of words you will write and when you plan to finish your book. Make it practical, not impossible!
4. Identify Your Writing Voice
Every writer has their way of writing. Identify what your writing voice is, this approach your readers can distinguish you from the rest. Your writing voice is your trademark from other writers.
5. Keep Writing!
Start writing and stop coming up with excuses. You cannot find time to write, you need to create one for yourself. Be fixated and be in your world while writing. Don’t mind what’s happening around you. Focus your attention on your writing journey.
6. Take Breaks
Do not forget to take breaks from time to time. Never overwork or underwork yourself. Manage your time. Enjoy a little nap, a walk, a snack, or an exercise on your break. Have some enjoyment. But, don’t pick up your phone, or you will lose track of time.
“Close the door. Write with no one looking over your shoulder. Don’t try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say. It’s the one and the only thing you have to offer.”
7. Never Give Up!
Persevere in writing. Keep what you are doing. It’s better to start slow than not to start at all. Hard work makes a difference.