How to write a book with staying powerHOW TO WRITE A BEST SELLING NOVEL WITH STAYING POWER by Valerie Jones
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Step 1 CHOOSE A MEDIUM
- Interactive fiction - visual novels - audio books - podcasts - videos - Serial Publication - Comics/text images
Step 2 CHOOSE A FORMAT
- Paragraph and sentence length - Background and Font Color - Font Styles
Step 3 CHOOSE A GENRE
- The spice of genre - Experimenting with your tastes - Inventing new genres
Step 4 FINDING A MARKET COMMUNITY
- Get to know them first - Establish trust and reputation - Learn how the pros do it
Step 5 HAVING A SALES MODEL
- Publisher or no - Using a website - Advertising and utilizing
Step 6 STARTING YOUR IDEA
- Choosing point of view - Choosing the main character - Choosing the setting - Immersion
Step 7 OPTIMIZING YOUR WORDS
- Hooks and hooks - Using a dictionary/thesaurus - Learn the most boring parts - Understand your ideas deeply
The best selling novel is elusive to many, but it is rather easy
A World Filled With Magical Girls!My bed was cold without a blanket in the winter. I used a bundle of my clothing to cover myself while the blanket was being washed and dried. However, the thoughts continued to rotate in my mind.
"Why had I been painting on my bed?!"
My parents were still checking up on me through the night, wondering if I was okay. I felt satisfied at least with the fact that they did not see what I had been drawing ~ a fat magical girl in the nude, lit as though she were mid-transformation. No, indeed, she was donning her magical uniform. Somehow, I had planned to depict what she was wearing on the same easel page, as if the transformation were occurring by my hand.
Thankfully, I had spilled the paint onto the easel when my parents came through the door and knocked me out of the trance. Sacrificing the sheets and blanket did not sadden me the least while within the shadow of the alternative scene.
The art was...immaculate to say the least. I had only gotten that art set as a thoughtful gift fro
Trapped in Another WorldIt is a public taboo to be sensitive, whatever position in life you or I take. Yet, my great sensitivity to all that surrounds me has given me a reflexive, incredibly critical mind that can even deny the structure of modern criticism by being less critical in protest. Everyone harsh voice, including my own, hurts me. Every mile between every person is seen to me as a deep tragedy. Every land supported through crushing cars and trucks is a crime to this Earth as I see it and the people live it. We need to have control over some major aspect of our lives beyond cooking our food or writing our assignments. Natural farming, knitting, nutrition, ethnobotany and animal taming teach me more about the world in one day than any "careful critic" or "critical teacher" could ever hope to bring me.
The world's excessive conveniences (where they are at the point that people can struggle to choose the inconvenient) are the true greatest sin. Things such as eating to fatness or holding power over area