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What Should I Write About? So you know which schools youre interested in, and youve looked over the applications and read all the essay questions. Chances are youre wondering, What in the world should I write about? Youre not alone. In fact, it is safe to assume that everybody who has ever had to write.
And so do agents. The grand comedy of this is how few writers follow the instructions. Thats what pisses off all the editors: few writers do their homework. The sticking point for most wanna-be published authors is, again, preparation the work. They want to hear some secret that skips over the hard parts. Publishers are rightfully.
Ok, but get in line since most pro authors are still trying to figure that out too. Writing a good book, compared to a bad one, involves one thing. Work. No one wants to hear this, but if you take two books off any shelf, Ill bet my pants the author of the better book.
When the ten or fifteen minutes are up, take a break and then go back and reread your words. Underline or highlight everything that is interesting or promising. Free-write as much as you can until you have a good crop of ideas.
Really. But again, our tragically unpopular companion, work, is required so many prefer to keep asking writers how they got published instead of just doing it themselves. I self published my last book, and you can read what I learned from it here. Being famous and wealthy : Now this is the kicker. About 50.