Writing a Book

Creative Common by SA License
Saturday 27 October 2018 by Matthieu Giroux

A book is like a city. We don’t know every sentence and we can only intervene on a very small part. A book is not finished, if the reader tells us.

The book’s beginning makes you wanting to read. While rereading the beginning, it makes it possible to add mystery, detail, his desire, that is missing so.

Everything must be accurate and precise. A book is structured in chapters, so that the reader can distinguish this structure as well. Everything we think must be written down, on one way or on another way, with simple advice or details. The intellectual reader likes detail and suspense. He’s the one to look for, because he reads a lot.

We write a book by issuing as many cards as we can from the game. You have to stay on the same objective while the book is being built. The reflections and his idleness create the book.

In other words, loving details, on the subject of the book, allows you not to change the theme. We write whenever we feel like it. We then study the theme by exploring it from all angles.

There are two ways to write a script : set up a script at the beginning, or as you go. It is best to create your scenario as you go, if the theme has not been explored enough.

Different stories, or analyses, are then written on the same theme. These texts are mixed, if it is a novel. The script and the storylines create the chapters. They are organized into chapters to analyze or to explain.

The chapters are therefore roughly equal. They describe more an atmosphere given by the author, or a writing’s way, a plot. However, it is necessary to define how we see our chapters in a novel. Everything has to be thought through in a book.

To write a book, you have to make politics. The best books have an science, a meaning that we want to understand after reading. So they’re though ahead. Our first books are never thought ahead, but have freshness. The best books allow to build, to find elements on himself, to grow. We must please the reader, while daring to teach him that he does not know.

My Notes

Find relationships between certain stories, or analyses, in order to detect a theme, or relationship in your writings.

Fill in any gaps or details you wish to add in related stories or analysis.

Create a book organized into chapters. If you use a computer, there is a free tool for this purpose as LIBRE OFFICE.

Search with word processing for words with few details like "is", "made", "go", etc. Add details or improve meaning instead of those words.

Save your e-book by duplicating it in at least two different places.