I started professional writing a year before that.
With a decade of experience in the writing world; I have learnt a little on presentation skills.
The following ten tips might be useful for the budding and upcoming writers/authors who are waiting to make it big in the writing world.
- No one else would nurture your writing talent. You have to harness that skill yourself
- Being a good writer with great vocabulary is one thing; being a great presenter even with a limited vocabulary is another. The latter are those who make it big in the writing world
- Some writers look at others to gain inspiration. Good writers never wait for inspirations. They become the inspiration for others
- Great writers become meditators when they put that pen on paper. Once the meditation ends, the writing also gets over. The output is their meditation
- Writing a novel is a painstaking process. The writer often becomes a nutcase who goes into a different world during this process. Very few understand him. Sometimes he loses track of himself and when that happens he should take a break.
- There are basically two great rules for writing. No one knows what those two rules are
- A great writer should be a ferocious reader. If he does not have the time to read, he will only end up producing crap which he would think as great writing.
- When you come across a great thought, immediately jot down that thought in your little diary. That thought will someday become a masterpiece.
- The best time to write is when you are sleepy ; the best time to edit your work is when you are sober
- There will be greater writers than you; there will be smarter writers than you; there will be talented writers than you; but you will be the only you in what you are strong at. No one can beat you in that. That is what you have to project.
- Chronicwriter (Still struggling hard to get a publisher for my book)