How do you like books to start off.
How do you like books to start off?? Another wards how do you books pull you in to want you to keep on reading? Like do they start with a question does it start in the middle of a scene where your kind of lost if you know what I mean?
I like a book to start off the way it needs to. Every story is different, and as long as the beginning is effective in capturing my attention then it is a good beginning. And depending on the preference of the author there are many ways you can do that.
Your favorite books on how to write fiction.
I’m looking for more books on how to write fiction. I’d like to know what your favorite books are on how to write fiction and what parts you thought were the most informative for yourself.List the title of the books and the author who write it.Thanks
On Writing by Stephen King shows you how to manage your time, but really the best book to read is How to Write a Damn Good Novel (Parts I & II) by James N Frey because it goes into the route of high drama: the characters. Shows you how to create really engaging characters, so that even the smallest drama seems enormous because of how much the readers care about them, and therefore will love your story.
What do you like to read.
What kind of books do you like to read? What do you think every book should have in it and what shouldn’t ever be written in any book?
What do I like to read? I really enjoy books that have some humor, a touch of romance, and a bit of mystery. For me that’s perfect! I enjoy series type books. I don’t know how to answer the second part of your question. But for me I don’t think it’s necessary to add in gory details. That’s just me though. And I won’t read books that have that style. I don’t care for movies like that either. For me, when I read mystery type books I just need to know that someone was killed or found dead. I don’t need the blood and guts details to understand that, yep the dude is dead! LOL…….
Please Help This Is Important I Need To Know The Title Of This Book.
What Was The Title And Author Of The Book With The Red Shirt And Green Star On It If You Don’t Know Do Any Of You Know How To Figure Something Out Like That?
If you have any idea what the book was about you could try putting some keywords into Google Books. It’s not going to let you search what the cover looked like though.http://books.google.com/advanced_book_search
What do you know about Dreams.
Do you know where can find a book on dreams?what book about dream I should get?I want to know about dreams and their meaning.why do we dream?how does this affect the human body?
A simple book you hopefully can get through your library system id Dreampower by Ann Faraday (sp?)Dreams are like poems. As in poems, sometimes the symbols are personal, and no book can give you the right answer You are the best interpreter of your dreams because you know best what the symbols mean to you.
What are the steps to getting a book published.
I already wrote my book, but i just need to know how to get it published!Like what are the does and donts of publishing?Do you include a summary of the book when you send it in?Please, just tell me everything you know about publishing a book! ;D
First,Type your book in proper manuscript form.Edit it many, many times to make it as good as it can be. Put it in a drawer, and don’t even think about it, for a month or two, then take it out and do more editing.Get it proofread by someone who knows what they are doing (do not rely just on spellcheck).There are very few publishers who accept unsolicited manuscripts (those that don’t go through a literary agent), so getting an agent is a really good idea.Visit http://www.agentquery.com or, at the bookstore or library, look for Jeff Herman’s Guide to Literary Agents, Writer’s Market 2010 or Bowker’s Literary Marketplace. Look for agents that handle your genre, and are looking for new clients. Read, and follow, their submission guidelines.Those books will have something about writing a query letter, which is what you send to the agent first. It’s part explanation as to why your book deserves to be published, and part synopsis of your book. Take the time to make it a good one, because you have only that one-page letter to get the agent’s attention.Expect the whole process to take lots of time, and expect many rejections. When you are accepted by an agent, they will submit your book to publishers, not you.Except for postage, the entire process of getting an agent is FREE, until a publisher buys your book. That is when the agent gets their cut, usually 15%, of the money that goes to you. Run away from any agent who asks for money upfront.Good luck!
How do you start a book.
i would like to know what you need to know to write a book?
Depends on the book you are planning to write. If it is non fiction, you will need an idea and then be able to research it so that your facts are accurate. Fiction is so much easier. All you need is an idea. Writing is work so the first couple of times you write, it may not come out so great. Remember, starting abook is about the writing. Decide how you like to write. Do you like music or prefer to write in your room. Maybe the kitchen table or outside. The key to writing a book is to just start writing. It will be a long road. I have been working on my manuscript for a little over 6 months and I am only halfway done through the first draft. It will take at least a year to complete a final polished draft unless you are an awesome writer who doesn’t need to edit.So remember, write at least 1000 words a day. Don’t give up, you have to write your book before it becomes a book!
how do you publish a book.
I’m working on a book and i want to know how to publish a book. What do you do? Do you publish it online or to a real publisher like actually send it to them through mail? If any of you are writers can you please help me? Thanks. and if you help I’ll give you 11 points 😀
First, write your story.Edit your book many times to make it the best it can be, type it in proper manuscript form (visit http://www.writersdigest.com to find out what is needed), consider joining a local writer’s group to get feedback from other would-be writers, and get it proofread by someone who knows what they are doing (don’t rely just on spellcheck). Edit it some more.There are a tiny number of publishers that accept unsolicited manuscripts (those that don’t go through a literary agent), so getting an agent first is a really good idea.At the library or bookstore is Guide to Literary Agents, published by Writer’s Digest, or Bowker’s Literary Marketplace (or visit http://www.agentquery.com). Look for agents that specialize in your genre, and are looking for new clients. Read, and follow, their submission guidelines. In those books will be something about writing a query letter, which is what you send to the agent, first. It’s part synopsis of your book, and part explanation as to why your book deserves to be published. You have only that one-page letter to wow the agent, so take the time to make it a good one. Expect the whole process to take lots of time, and expect many rejections. When you are accepted by an agent, they will send your book to publishers, not you. The whole process is free, except for postage, until your book is bought by a publisher. That is when the agent gets their cut (usually 15%) of the money which would go to you.If you decide to self-publish, then you will pay (potentially up to a couple of thousand dollars, depending on which publisher you choose). Also, the marketing of your book is up to you.Good luck!
what books do you like to read.
i am writing a book, and i was wondering what kinds of books you like to read to know how i should write.
I’ve written three books (unpublished)I guess it depends… different people like different things.Here’s some themes and stuff to help you get started: (these are also the types of books i like reading)FantasyHorrorSci-fiModern dayWhen it comes to how to start, you can make it actiony, a glimpse of something exiting that happens later in it, and then you can go back in time and explained how everything lead to this point.Or you can start with someone saying something, that would catch peoples attention.A the start, make it sound good so you keep the readers attention, and try to do that through-out.^^soz if this doesn’t help…
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