The Feeder Now Available in Paperback - My Writing Process
Hey guys, I trust you are all doing well! With great satisfaction, I can now let you know that my book is ready for order in paperback from almost any bookstore in the world. Of course, the shipping cost varies if you want to order it online, but this will also be linked to the tempo of the shipping you choose. In addition, an author's edition will be available, and you can order a signed copy. I am not yet informed about this price, but I will let you know.
There will also be physical books in stores too. I recently noticed that Barnes & Noble added my book the other day, so it is getting there. So, to my Norwegian readers, I can tell you that it will be available in stores soon, if not already. You can, of course, also get it on Kindle for a few dollars or read it for free if you have Kindle Unlimited. I am now waiting for the very first print of the book to arrive at my door in Santos, Brazil.
I am sure that most of you know that things change around us all the time, and it is hard to keep up with even half of it. We are bombarded with social media, info of all kinds, and ads, which is stressful. Now that Xmas is here, the intensity of it all is staggering, especially if you have children. I usually fall asleep to some documentary on YouTube or an audiobook. I have a three-year-old girl with all the energy in the world, so I rarely have the time to read anymore.
When I was younger, I read a book or more every month, and I miss that. However, I have started setting aside time for books I want to read, which works. When it comes to writing, I have a pretty strict regimen that begins as soon as my daughter is dropped off in kindergarten. The volume I produce is around three thousand to five thousand per session. I trust my instincts and do not waste time endlessly rewriting passages. his comes later when the main story, chapters, and the plot is in place. n average, I write three to four days a week. It do a lot of different things, so multitasking is the key, along with flexibility. I also spend a great deal of time on research and building ideas. Living in Brazil offers me an abundance of visual context, and I view it as a goldmine for my creativity.
How Do I Know When The Writing Is Good
When the sentences flow and the paragraphs are easy to read, I know I am doing something correctly; I always read everything I have written two times after I am finished, so the ideas will stay in my head and naturally mature while I concentrate on other stuff. Before I start writing new chapters, I read everything from the last session before I start. This ensures that everything is fresh and my mind is ready to go. I have already received several emails about how to finish a fiction book. It is no hocus pokus. Just do the work. When I was younger, I was disorganized, but after I started writing, I found a routine that worked for me. The trick is to stick to it and believe in your writing. I promise it will do wonders. Also, take breaks. If you are tired, the result will probably not be significant. I always look forward to writing. Remember... It is not a chore; it is a gift. Just have fun and create, then the result should also be inspired. I was even asked if I drink when I write, and I can tell you I never do that. For me, it just does not work. It will only give me more editing that I will have to do later. I don't have time for it.
In closing, I wish you all a great Xmas and hope you find the time to read my book.