It really will. That book that crosses your mind every day, every couple months, or even every decade.
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Pursue your book. Pursue yourself. And in so doing you will have inspired others to take action on whatever has been calling within their hearts too. You just never know who your story will resonate with and the impact it may have. You have no idea the wonders it may hold for someone; your book just needs to exist. Your book just needs you. Read more articles by this author. Mar 23, Feb 27, Apr 8, Mar 20, Mar 28, Nov 20, Connect with like-minded writers!
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Wait until you have a good gut feeling about it and then have a go. Try to remain neutral about your book. Your job is to concentrate on the simple ABCs of storytelling. If you can master that, the difficulty of writing becomes a bit easier, that ease slowly becomes habit and out of that habit grows beauty. This is the story flowing out of you and you should follow it.
This is good work. You have found the sweet spot, the wormhole, into your story. I believe that all the novels you want to write are already written. They already exist inside you in a preverbal, rhythmic, motor place in your body. The trick is to find a way of tapping into them.
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Getting to this place can be elusive. Sometimes it happens early on in the writing process, sometimes very late; but once you find it, your story will flow out of you in a natural, organic way. But you have to keep going, no matter what. Never look back. Keep moving forward, like a military manoeuvre. If you do, the process becomes more familiar, and therefore less scary. Pretty soon, if you stick to your daily targets, six months will have gone by and you will have a first draft.
In my experience, finishing a first draft is the hardest part of writing a novel, so that moment is a huge achievement for anyone who manages it. It is also important to finish a draft because, if you do, it means you will have dealt with all that self-doubt and come out the other side. No one can ever say if your book will be any good — all writing is a leap of faith — but there is a power in letting go and taking risks. The playwright Edward Albee said that if you are willing to fail interestingly, you tend to succeed interestingly, too, which is true.
Will it be easy? Will it be worth it? The greater the risk, the greater the reward. Best of all, in finishing a first draft, you will have given yourself permission to call yourself a writer. Writing is all about confidence and that kind of confidence can never be taught, only ever learned. It will vanquish all foes and, with it, you can do anything.
When you have an idea, wait. The longer you do, the more fully formed your story will come out. The necessity of writing comes before its beauty. Imagine listening to Chopin. Then imagine playing it; the approach is completely different. Think about where you place your fingers, not about its beauty.
Events have to be spread out evenly along the narrative so that the story is sustained and developed over the whole narrative. If a character wants to become rich, rob them first. Characters must pay some kind of price for what they desire and that cost is our investment in their story. Dialogue is more like two monologues that only sometimes connect. Topics Creative writing Self and wellbeing. Reuse this content. Order by newest oldest recommendations.
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