Today, I'm going to be talking about how I write books. You know how some people outline their stories? Yeah, this may sound crazy, but I don't do that. I'm not sure why, but I feel it to be unnecessary. I actually just start writing my story on a Microsoft document.
When I first start writing, I close my eyes for at least 2 minutes and picture everything in my head like a movie. Only, I can see it more in my head then I can when writing it (thank Cybertron that there is a writing stage called editing!).
After I finish watching the opening act of my story in my head, I go and write it. Yet, I must admit, I am terrible at G.U.M. (grammar, usage and mechanics) which is an essential part to writing.
I know! How can I be good at writing if I'm terrible at G.U.M.? Let us save that question for another time... Anyway, after I start writing, I get to at least chapter 3 and I'm not sure what to write! I have to Pixlrize pictures and then look at quotes for weeks before I can actually think of what next to write. And in that very moment, I wished I outlined.
Well, that's it for today! Part 2 will be coming soon!
I am the Smol Scribble. I came to realize that, even though the first drafts of books aren't perfect, they are the closest to my heart...
The Ancient Past of the Scribbler
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