I find it fascinating that so many people are eager to know how an author writes a book.
Reasons for writing a book
People seem to be curious about an author’s writing process for various reason. Below are just a few:
1. They want to write a book.
2. They are thinking about writing a book.
3. They don’t know how to begin writing a book.
4. The began writing a book but stopped.
5. Someone else wants them to write a book.
6. They are just curious about the process.
My writing process
When I am asked, I begin by explaining that my writing process involves Yellow Brain Planning, Blue Brain Creativity, Green Brain Research, and Orange Brain Determination. I utilized the same process for writing all my books, for my reviewing and revising my manuscript, and then revising the manuscript after my editor edits the manuscript and sends it back to me to review and revise, again. This process may be repeated several times, until the manuscript is ready to be printed. This process takes patience and an open-mindness.
A simple answer
Now to the answer, most writers will agree with, of how to solve the mystery of writing your book. It is not complicated, nor does it require great skill. It is surprisingly simple… You put your tushy or tuches (Yiddish), also known as your buttock, fanny, bottom, derriere, gluteus maximus, butt and/or posterior, in a chair and begin writing!
My tushy is in my chair and now I must conclude this post and get back to my revisions.
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