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Writing a myth

Chuck Sambuchino May 23, I began life as a voracious reader. I made lists still do! I loved hearing about how they did what they did. Here are 10 myths about being a writer that I discovered once I became published: Lori is excited to give away a free copy of her book to a random commenter.

Since then she has written many novels, novellas and short stories in several genres—historical, contemporary, series, paranormal romance, urban fantasy and historical fantasy.

Soon she will return to her roots, writing western historical romance under the name Lori Austin. For more information please go to her websites at www. You can also join Lori on Facebook at: Author quotes are completely unbiased.

Professional writers make so much money they can quit their day jobs and their night jobs too. The majority of professional writers do not earn a living wage.

Every book is judged for its own merit. Authors are instant celebrities. There is no instant in publishing. If an editor receives a submission that is poorly written, she stops reading. Your checks will arrive on time. Do checks ever arrive on time?

And here are 10 things about being a writer that make every busted myth irrelevant. The call I will always remember October 5, at When you see your cover for the first time. Gushing editors This never gets old. Your book on a shelf in the bookstore. I still take pictures.

Reader letters They make everything better. They understand without an explanation, and they never say: The book, the book, the book. Every book is different. With each one I learn something new. I can lose myself in the writing always.

And speaking of myths, how about Shakespeare? Legends and rumors abound. Some say his impressive body of work is too impressive.

No single human being could have written all those plays, that multitude of sonnets. Others insist the reality of the history plays, the pain of the tragedies, the joy of the comedies, the authenticity of characters are too much for one man.A myth is a made-up story that explains the existence of a natural phenomenon — such as where thunder comes from or why snow falls from the sky.

The writer was clearly having a long-held dream crushed by the myths that range from writing slow and sloppy to rewriting and needing editors and agents and so on. Once again, reading that letter, I came to hate these myths that kill people’s dreams. Plan out the myth's entire plot in a graphic organizer before writing.

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Create the myth's opening scene and plan the ancient and supernatural elements you will introduce the . 13 Myths About Writing. April 14, / 29 Comments. Without further ado, here’s a list of screwy myths about writing fiction and the madmen who do it.

1. Writing is a solitary activity This myth is actually true, except for one little correction: the real Nazis lost the war, but grammar will always get you. Writing Myths. While there are a good many writing myths these are some of the most common and the most deadly. Read over this page to see which one or more .

Writing Myth: Start At The Beginning January 28, by Joe Warnimont An outline is essential when trying to design a well structured story without losing track of characters or plot points.

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