Don’t wait until it’s too late to write a book

5 Mar

Don't wait until it's too late to write a book.

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3 Responses to “Don’t wait until it’s too late to write a book”

  1. slepsnor March 5, 2013 at 3:52 pm #

    Great advice that so many young authors should listen to.

  2. Popcorn March 6, 2013 at 8:55 pm #

    I agree, this something I wrote tell what you think .My Grammas said to me, If I became a solider, I would become a general. If became a monk, than I will end up being the Pope. Instead, I became a writter and wound up as Popcorn.

    I’m am Shaka Zulu reborn 2pac resurface, my writing wll be Epic. My stories will be strange and demented. My structure in my stories won’t be traditional or go in an orderly fashion. My characters in my stories will be creative and unique. My writting technique will be unorthodox. My climaxes in my stories will be overwhelming . The theme in my stories will be something old and something new, with a twist! The conflict in my stories in my stories will be vivid and unconventional. The resolution in my stories won’t be predictable. The description in my stories will be close will be up close, personal. The tone in my stories will turn from hot to cold in the blink of a eye. The dialog in my stories will have words that are unfamiliar in the written lanuage. The setting in my stories will be out of this world. The imagery in my stories will be funny and amusing. The symbols in my stories may represent more than one thing. The irony in my stories will be crystal clear. The creativity that I have and imagination that I will bring to the literature world only comes once in a generation. This is me the grandson of Mommy Cat A.K.A Catheran Alexander making my mark! So let it be written, so let it be done.

    . http://thegreatpopcorn1999.wordpress.com

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