CONSIDERATIONS:


STRUCTURE - +PSEUDONYM?

FORMATTING - E-BOOK or PAPERBACK    

ADJECTIVES - USAGE

PHRASING  - PARAGRAPHS           

PUNCTUATION - USA or UK

PASSIVE SENTENCES - SHOULD THEY BE USED?

SENTENCES - LENGTH

WORD COUNT - CONSIDER

IMAGE INSERTION PICTURES or DRAWINGS

CONTRACTIONS - USAGE

FOUL LANGUAGE

DATES & NAMES - CHECK



‘‘WRITING IS EASY.

ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS CROSS OUT THE WRONG WORDS.’’

                                      MARK TWAIN


LIFE

‘‘what looks attractive may not turn out to be so, difficulties may frustrate you, you may risk everything in your search for contentment and happiness and you may not find it. Nevertheless, those who don’t look and strive for their goals may miss an experience that strengthens and enlightens their future.

It is what life is all about.’’

                                                                   James Dalby


END GAME:


FUN

FAMILY

SELF PUBLISH

LITERARY AGENT

TRADITIONAL PUBLISHER                

         

       

                                         



 


MARKETING:


AMAZON

SOCIAL MEDIA

BLOG

LIBRARIES

TV AND LOCAL RADIO

LOCAL NEWSPAPERS

ADVERTISING

TALKS

WEBSITE

WRITING GROUPS


TYPE OF GENRE:


NON-FICTION

FAMILY MEMOIR

AUTOBIOGRAPHY

INCIDENT DRAWN

FROM LIFE

BASED ON TRUTH

LOCAL HISTORY

COOKING

GARDENING

FICTION

CRIME

EROTIC

MILITARY

SPY

ROMANCE

HISTORICAL

FINANCE

HUMOUR

FANTASY

SCIENCE FICTION

ADVENTURE

SATIRE

CHILDREN’S BOOKS


JAMES DALBY

THE CHIEF EDITOR

GOODNESS MEPRICES & TERMSCONSIDERATIONSCONTACTBOOKSJAMES DALBYBOOKS- SYNOPSISFINANCE

WRITING SUGGESTIONS & CONSIDERATIONS


1. W – WHY DO I WANT TO WRITE? WHO WILL BUY OR READ MY BOOK AND WHY?

2. M –  MOTIVATION & PURPOSE?

3. D -   DECISION, DEDICATION, PERSEVERANCE & TIME?



                                                  

                                                                      

                                                                               

                                                                            

                                                                              

                                                                          






                                                                               


                                                                                                                                                 



FORGIVENESS - 1


FIRST, YOU MUST FORGIVE YOURSELF

AND THEN, AND ONLY THEN,

CAN YOU LEARN TO FORGIVE OTHERS.

                                                       James Dalby

FORGIVENESS - 2


FORGIVENESS OF AN ACCUSED ABUSER, IS SUBLIME.

BUT THERE ARE THOSE WHO CONTINUE TO MALIGN

THEY CAN NEVER ACCEPT AN APOLOGY, REGRET OR SIGN,


WHO SUFFERS MOST, THE ABUSER OR THE ACCUSER?

IS IT THE ACCUSER WHO THEN BECOMES THE ABUSER,

WHO SEARCHES FOR RETRIBUTION AND VENGEANCE TO UNDERMINE?


WHEREAS THE ACCUSED, HAS NO CHOICE BUT TO MOVE ON WITH TIME                                                                                                   James Dalby