A How to. Book?
Topic: Worst case scenario book series
June 20, 2019 / By Lally Question:
So I need an idea to make a How to... book.
It had to be a worst case scenario though.
Like how to get out of something like for example.
How to avoid Grammy kisses, or How to stay up later then your curfew. Stuff like that, for little kids.
Best Answers: A How to. Book?
Jenny | 5 days ago
Look at the series of books "****** for Dummies" and make something like that. Use some silly illustrations, change up the fonts for headings, special notes/ideas, etc.
Sounds like fun. Or, maybe format it like one of those smaller books - like 2" x 3" that are by the check out register in the book store?
Be sure to look thru the new "Dangerous Book for Boys" so you do NOT copy anything from there. You don't want your work stopped by a lawsuit before you're even done.
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Well I wrote a How to Procrastinate paper, though that's probably a little out of your age range. How to avoid/escape strangers?
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Gather all of the ideas including the ones you have written, and add some crazy fonts and colors, and wonderful illustrations, and you have a how-to book, my friend!!
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Originally Answered: I want to write a book but i dont know what to do first and what kind of book?
My first advice for any writer (which tends to be the advice of published authors) is to write. Write all the time. Read all the time, in and out of your genre. Observe what you like or dislike about books, and why that is so. Don't know how to start a story? Look around you. Sometimes an overheard conversation, or the color of someone's eyes will spark an idea. Even if you don't have a plot, keep writing. Something will pop up eventually. Describe a character and his or her family. Research a topic that interests you. You might find a niche somewhere where you think, that could be a story right there!
Don't edit as you write, finish the story and then go back to edit/revise. Don't throw anything away. Ever. No matter how much you dislike it. Always make back-up copies, and don't keep those copies in the same place.
Remember that you don't have to -start- with a plot. If you want a challenge to write a book, and have lots of support doing it, join National Novel Writing Month in November. (nanowrimo.org)