I published a book as a university student. that's what i learned

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Let me tell you how I finished my work as a published author. It's a long story that spans five years (features I could write a book about it), but I'm a story for this blog post

It began in the autumn of 2013, when I took part in the University of Toronto Mississag, 17 years old. I was wondering

That's what I learned when I published a book of personal broadcasters. These lessons can also be applied to the publication of any book: fiction, non-fiction, etry, or memoir

This point is especially real if you write a book at a young age. Your personality, talents and tastes

Think about it like this: do you ever see these annoying "memories" of Facebook? Are you going to put up with the stuff you planted five years ago? That's what I feel when I read my old record

I wrote most of the content in my book from August 2016 to December 2017. It's not that long ago. Now that I've read my book, there are some parts I just like

My book is a collection of personal stories. When I was in the editing process, I had a case when a close friend didn' t like the way I depicted them in one of my stories. This man asked me to filter out some of the details. I did it because I love them, but my filtering made the story objectively worse. I've read this story now and I'm going to think about how much better to filter. But for me, a good story is not worth the destruction of friendship

Maybe you think, "Well, then I'll just write fiction." But this problem also happens in fiction. People don't like it if you put a symbol on them. Here's a famous example: JK Rowling Sverus Snape in his childhood

One of my professors told me he had occasions when people thought he was writing about them when he didn' t write about them at all. I think some people are just so selfish. Be prepared to deal with people ... and their hurt feelings

You may think your loved one will give you blind praise. But I found that my family and close friends were often the most important of my notes. Some of them were even more critical than my teachers. Don't get me wrong, they supported me, and they were proud of my accomplishments, but they felt that some of the personal stories I wrote were not to me. They thought I was too self-opathed, too sad, or too dramatic. I know it's dry and dry, so some of my favorites didn' t like it when I took a darker tone in some parts of my book

I'm not talking about the irritable teenager

This aspect of the publication process is real when you write fiction and fiction. If your family and friends think you're a cheerful person, they may have a hard time if you're serious about it, if you write a drama

I think a good writer can make any topic interesting. But readers are not interested in every subject, especially when it comes to non-fiction. If you're going to write fiction, I'd suggest you write a hot tip about the problem. Current hot-button themes include sexual assault, mental health and immigration experience. Now I'm not saying that you can't be a good writer if you've never seen such things.

If you write fiction, look at what fictional books are popular at the moment. Then write a book, adapt it to this audience. Don't mind him. Of course, you don't have to plagiarize or violate copyrights, but don't try to reinvent the wheel. When it comes to storytelling, it's a copy of it.

" Nothing original. Stella from any place inspiring or inspiring your imagination. Girls ' old films, new movies, music, books, pictures, pictures, poems, dreams, random dialogues, architecture, bridges, street signs, trees, clouds, bodies, shadows and shadows. Select only those things that you can steal directly from your soul. If you do, your job (and theft) will be genuine. Authentication is priceless; originality does not exist. And don't work to hide your thieves, celebrate it if you like it. In any case, always remember what Jean-Luc Godard said: "This is not the place where you take things from where you take them."-Jim Jarmusch

If you want to publish the book, you will need to seal it in Adobe InDesign. And like many programs, InDesign can be a bitch to learn.

Speaking of hiring someone, if you want your book to be good, you should hire an editor. And not just an editor, someone who knows the rules of the storyboard and the grammar inside

The great editors are not just telling you where you should and should not put commas; they will guide you through the emotional journey that comes with the book's publication. I was lucky to have hired an editor who was a friend of a friend. He was a good, funny guy. He used to guide me when I wasn't sure how to deal with the storyboard, and he always listened to my opinions. If you can find an editor like this, you're lucky you're lucky!

I was just looking

My book is a real object that I can pick, feel and feel. I went through the pages and saw the ISBN number, copyright information, bar code, and all the traces of this book. But if an employer invited me to an interview, which inspired me to write a book, I wouldn't have a clear answer

The self-publishing industry has become easier than ever. Writers have more energy than they have. But (another Spiderman link) with great power has a great responsibility. Use the superpower publication, which our Amazon and Adobe overlos have provided us with to create meaningful work. Employers are impressed with publications, but they are even more impressed by market, meaningful publications

* Views expressed in respect of the author, and not necessarily for the "Student life" or their partners

Author of Nothing Happens, Everything Happens. The Creator. Persuador. Classic rock enthusiast