Write the Darn Book

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Write the Darn Book

Write the Darn Book Many people dream of writing a book but few ever getting around to doing it Why Mike Reuther author of Write the Darn Book believes too many aspiring writers set themselves up for failure by belie

  • Title: Write the Darn Book
  • Author: Mike Reuther
  • ISBN: 9781475249521
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • Many people dream of writing a book, but few ever getting around to doing it Why Mike Reuther, author of Write the Darn Book , believes too many aspiring writers set themselves up for failure by believing it s difficult It doesn t have to be The key is writing from one s heart to allow for the free flow of words to come pouring out In no time at all a matter of weeMany people dream of writing a book, but few ever getting around to doing it Why Mike Reuther, author of Write the Darn Book , believes too many aspiring writers set themselves up for failure by believing it s difficult It doesn t have to be The key is writing from one s heart to allow for the free flow of words to come pouring out In no time at all a matter of weeks a writer can have a manuscript ready to be edited and eventually published The book also covers literary agents and the publishing world Drawing from some of his own experience, the author reveals mistakes to avoid in writing and trying to get published This book makes it clear that anyone with the desire to write a book can make it happen And the good news is, it s quite simple.

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    1. Scott Haraburda on said:

      First Reads Giveaway Book.------------------------------------This is a very inspirational book, written in a dialogue with the reader. The author, Mike Reuther, commented that, “too many people who’ve given up plans to write a book or quit writing one do so for no other reason than they feel it’s too difficult.” If you want to write a book and haven’t the motivation to start or finish, this book is for you.If you’re looking for a structured process for writing a book, Write the Darn [...]

    2. Constance on said:

      The catchy title alone makes this book a winner! I gave it to my husband as a way to encourage him toyou can guess what I mean. :) One of the things he's told me he likes about it is, while he's not ready to give up his day job and become a writer, he does feel that there is a book inside him waiting to come out. He finds that Mike's book embraces that concept. It provides encouragement and insights rather than a step-by-step check list. Additionally, it doesn't proceed from the assumption that [...]

    3. Samantha Cutler on said:

      I received/won a copy of this book through firstreads. I was a bit skeptical when my copy came and it was so thin, but I found it to be quite entertaining and inspiring. I have always wanted to write a book and have never succeeded and had basically given up on the hopes that it would ever happen, but after reading this book my dream has been reborn and revitalized. I believe that I just might write the darn book and enjoy doing it too!Good Luck to all of you would be writers and if you need som [...]

    4. Danny on said:

      I won this book as a Goodread's Giveaway hoping for some structured insight, but did not find it. There were small golden nuggets throughout the book but overall, the author repeated himself, the chapter content didn't really relate to chapter titles. The author's emphasis was to just sit down and write, not worrying about anything (structure, cohesion, etc.) and the book followed the author's own advice.

    5. Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin on said:

      A nice little book on writing you own book. This author gives some sound advice on getting off your butt and getting start, which I have not done yet!!! A great starter book to all the other starter books on writing your own book. :)

    6. Lisa Rector on said:

      The ultimate writing motivationThis book is the perfect thing to get you back into writing or to get you started with writing. I like his ideas. This is what I learned. Write fastWrite for yourselfWrite because it’s a joySit down and do itBorrow the emotions of youthPassion, truth, joy. Bring it to your own writing. Don’t be afraid of your feelings. Just write and don’t hold back. Give it your all.

    7. Ken Heard on said:

      This is strictly an inspirational book with the rah rah "You can do it" method of motivation. There are no tips for writing, other than to be sure and use adverbs. Reuther claims there is no such thing as writer's blocks and you can write a book in 6 weeks or so by simply writing 2,000-5,000 words a day. A lot of the information is repetitive and there are long stretches in which Reuther gives examples of what to write (details about some mystery, a location, feelings, etc) and it seems like wha [...]

    8. Andrew on said:

      Like many people, a part of me would like to be an author. I have a partially finished memoir that I haven't worked on in quite a while, and I have the ideas for a couple of possible novels bouncing around in my head. But I've had trouble finding the motivation to actually write.This slim volume might actually be the kick-in-the-pants I needed. While this slim volume does include some useful advice, it is primarily a lengthy pep talk. At times, this relentless encouragement feels a bit repetitiv [...]

    9. Rachel on said:

      Writers, especially new writers, should consult it when motivation is waning or doubts arise. Practical and inspirational--in a kick you in the pants sort of way. More helpful than a semester-long course in creative writing--I know from unfortunate personal experience--and, of course, a better value. Some may find some chapters repetitive, but a more generous assessment is reinforcing. You can open any chapter and find a reason to continue writing. For those of us without a mentor, a helpful gui [...]

    10. Becky Lawson on said:

      AWESOME book. I never really realized I was writing my stories/books ALL wrong. I used to write with the method of making sure all the plot points made sense and nothing seemed impossible after reading this book, I now realized that in order to write a book, you just need to write and worry about the details later.HIGHLY recommended

    11. Brian on said:

      I "won" this book from giveaway program. This was a quick read with a lot of inspiration and advice on writing. I like Reuther's advice to sit down and write as fast you can. Let the words flow from your mind through your fingers and on to the paper or screen. That's pretty much how I have written in the past.Thanks Mike for your inspiring words!

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