TUESDAY TALENT

It’s National Poetry Month so why not honor one of the best who was born in April…

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WRITE-IT WEDNESDAY

WRITING AND PUBLISHING YOUR  FIRST NOVEL…

  1.  Decide your genre

  2. Make an Outline

  3. Develop Characters

  4. Write, write, write

  5. Re-write, re-write, re-write

  6. Have it professionally edited

  7. Brainstorm for book cover (have it professionally created)

  8. Decide if you want to self-publish or submit it to a publishing house

  9. Publish it

  10. Market, market, market

Keep in mind all these things happen interchangeably.  You must market yourself from the beginning to get people to feed into your book idea.  You must continually write in order to come up with something halfway decent and you’re still going hate it (but don’t beat yourself up).  Please get a mentor, someone who can encourage you along the way.  I could go on forever because each scenario will be different but remember this…

*** Enjoy the journey along the way…it won’t be easy but the reward is worth the pain!***

P.S.  Enjoy a few glasses of wine as well.  

THURSDAY THOUGHTS

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WRITE-IT WEDNESDAY

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TUESDAY TALENT

geelovestowrite presents the notable…

Richard Nathaniel Wright

 

(September 4, 1908 – November 28, 1960) was an American author of sometimes controversial novels, short stories, poems, and non-fiction. Much of his literature concerns racial themes, especially related to the plight of African Americans during the late 19th to mid-20th centuries, who suffered discrimination and violence in the South and the North. Literary critics believe his work helped change race relations in the United States in the mid-20th century.

 

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Source: Wikipedia