Okay, chances are, if you're reading this, you're a teen who loves to write (or you know one). You have this silly idea running through your head, and you are thinking about doing something insane, like writing a book...
Okay. This is it...The publishing world has changed. A lot. Skip this little piece of advice and you could kick yourself for decades. Because once your book is out there, it's out there. Even if you pull it from Amazon, chances are Goodreads still has it on file and well, if your name is mud, there's no un-doing it...
Okay. So you have decided to write a book. And publish it. You're brainstorming ideas. Before you start outlining, you need to ask yourself the question: Am I writing a series or a single book?
Today We're Going to Talk About Lightning...What does lightning have to do with publishing books? A. Lot.
Okay. You decide to write a book. And you decide you would, at some point, actually like to finish writing said book. There are a few ways to go into such a large project, and writers can be pretty attached to their favorite method (even if they've never tried another).
If you are writing a book for your English project this year, part of the idea is to learn about becoming an author, not just tripping through the dictionary and hoping you end up with something usable. So take a few minutes to ponder the following approaches and decide which works for you...
Are You a Young Writer?
Looking for a collection of tips to make the most of your scribbles? You're in the right place!
(These posts have been imported from my original website, hence the wacky dating)