7 best tips on how to become a famous writer
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7 best tips on how to become a famous writer
A copy of the winning novel "The Art of Losing" (L'Art de Perdre) by French writer Alice Zeniter, is displayed during the Prix Goncourt des Lyceens (High school students' Goncourt prize) award ceremony in Rennes, western France, on November 16, 2017. JEAN-FRANCOIS MONIER / AFP.

NEW YORK, NY.- Find best prompts on how to become a world-famous writer in just a couple of easy steps with minimum efforts. Handy tips and tricks are available right here.

7 Great Tips to Become a World-Famous Writer

So, you’ve chosen a career of the world-known writer. We’ve got great news, and we’ve got bad news for you. The bad news is that you’ll definitely need to work hard and spend all your free time to create a masterpiece that will change the world of modern literature. However, there is also good news: you will be able to influence on people’s minds, as well as earn more money, travel abroad and, of course, do the job of your dream! Below you can find 7 easy steps to become a professional writer:

● Read, Read, and Read! You can’t become a successful writer without being a reading addict. Try to read as much as you can, increase your vocabulary and polish your writing skills. You will also need to know the writing basics: the text structures, descriptions and most common methods to catch the reader’s attention. Stay tuned with all the modern genres, subjects and tendencies and make sure you know what most people like and don’t like to read.

● Begin with Smaller Texts. The main idea is not to start writing a book at once. The good choice is to begin with the smaller texts on a certain subject that you’re absolutely familiar with. Making creative and catchy posts in social media and blogs is usually the easiest way for writing practice. You may also find the best writing services and read the most likable authors of thousands of different authors worldwide. Furthermore, try writing on demand to make sure you can cope with smaller issues.

● Set Your Own Schedule. First of all, ask yourself, whether you are the morning or the night person. Some people feel they are amazingly creative in the morning hours, while the others prefer working at midnight. Try both options and don’t miss a chosen time with any of your daily routines.

● Choose Your Genre. Another step of becoming a successful writer is to pick up your genre. Which one is your favorite genre and which one is the easiest for you to write? Never try writing on any topic you are not sure about, as well as don’t write on popular issues you are feeling uncomfortable. Write from the heart, but not for making money.

● Create Unique Characters. Creating some bright characters of your story is not enough. You need to love them as if they were your best friends. It will be also great to endow your novel star with your own characters or characters of some real people you’ve already know. This method is likely to make your personage more live and real.

● Create a Book Proposal. The book proposal is a brief description of what you’re writing about. It also includes some crucial information, such as your target audience, marketing ideas and the analysis of a few competing books. Proposal usually helps agents to find out, whether your work is worth reading or not. Make sure to catch the agent’s attention in the first lines of your proposal, otherwise your book will be missed out.

● Get an Agent. Publishing books with an agent is not an easy thing as it might look like from the first glance. The process of getting an agent can last for years, but don't let your hopes down! Create a list of agents and get advice from each one to make your book even better. Note: if someone doesn’t like your book, there is always someone who will enjoy it!

2 Prompts for Those Who Cannot Find an Agent
Still haven’t found your publisher? No worries! There are two ways to show your book to the public. The first one is to become self-published. Print-on-demand solutions offer low printing costs with an ability to choose the number of books you want to be available on the market. Start with low volumes and then explore the sales trends.

Another way, which is absolutely free, is to represent your book on the Internet. The growing amount of followers will be an efficient indicator of whether you are becoming popular. Moreover, in this case, you will not search for agents – the agents will take the initiative and contact you with their best deals.

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