Writing a book critique

Janie Willingson wanted her doctorate in women’s studies. Specifically, she wanted to attend the University of Arizona in Tucson. Her initial visit there for a class trip during the last year of graduate school fanned a spark burning in her since high school when she learned about careers for women, about women. She dragged her disagreeable husband, Darrell, to the city for vacation whenever he would tolerate such a trip, which amounted to not often. In twenty-seven years of marriage, they went to Tucson twice. She curbed her usual enthusiasm and now broached the subject with caution and hesitation. She spent hours in her home office privately poring over her well-organized and updated collection of information about the city and the university. Thus, Darrell found her on a sunny August afternoon.

Great advice! The thing I see great books include is a relevant authors bio. Their credibility, along with personal facts should have relevance to the book, otherwise they might draw in the wrong audience (only to upset the Sci-Fi fans when reading poetry), or steer away the right consumer by not writing an authors bio that relates with the book. On the Speaking of Wealth Show () we talk a lot about authors and how writers can make daily improvements to their work, and this one is definitely one to share! Thank you for the advice!

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I’m not a reader nor am I a writer. I must say that in my quest for understanding how to tell my own story, I’ve come across your tips and I must say, that I’ve enjoyed reading it. I have started and have been encouraged since I was in my early teens to write my life’s story, but I do get cold feet whenever I get started. I also tend to ramble on and loose my focus. Anyhow, lately, I have a burning desire to write my story, I don’t have the means hire professionals or the appetite to read on how to write. I feel like if I do have to read on how to write, I will never write. I might just go with the flow and write cold turkey. I figured since I never read a novel, that I cannot copy from anyone and whatever I write will be coming from me, mine, pulling from way back God knows where. Then I will leave the the rest up to the editors. I mean, I see some crazy stuff out there and the Authors are doing well.
Good luck and happy writing.

Writing a book critique

writing a book critique

I’m not a reader nor am I a writer. I must say that in my quest for understanding how to tell my own story, I’ve come across your tips and I must say, that I’ve enjoyed reading it. I have started and have been encouraged since I was in my early teens to write my life’s story, but I do get cold feet whenever I get started. I also tend to ramble on and loose my focus. Anyhow, lately, I have a burning desire to write my story, I don’t have the means hire professionals or the appetite to read on how to write. I feel like if I do have to read on how to write, I will never write. I might just go with the flow and write cold turkey. I figured since I never read a novel, that I cannot copy from anyone and whatever I write will be coming from me, mine, pulling from way back God knows where. Then I will leave the the rest up to the editors. I mean, I see some crazy stuff out there and the Authors are doing well.
Good luck and happy writing.

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