If you read a book about school – someone else’s book – you always translate it into your own school experiences. It’s describing the student: he’s bewildered and lost in a large crowd in a university classroom. You’ll visualize that from your own experiences. So, everything you know is what you’re really writing. James Salter
in my point of view every person in each stage should start writing and sharing his or her experience in every category and place where people can read about it, for me it was starting from sharing my experience and what I learned in media, then media have a limited for talking bit serious so for being and making my experience immortal I fell need to do in traditional way which is start from long time ago and people still interest about it , audio book, podcast and book, I start from translating Rob Hoos book a book about roast then other books and after a while writing book, now 1 translating book and 3 book writing from myself is ready to publishing… the last update of events and book you can find out here.
There is some reason as I suggest you to start writing and share your experience or translate others experience right now, there are some:
- Establish your writing space.
- Assemble your writing tools.
- Break the project into small pieces.
- Settle on your BIG idea.
- Construct your outline.
- Set a firm writing schedule.
- Establish a sacred deadline.
- Embrace procrastination (really!).
- Eliminate distractions.
- Conduct your research.
- Start calling yourself a writer.
- Think reader-first.
- Find your writing voice.
- Write a compelling opener.
- Fill your story with conflict and tension.
- Turn off your internal editor while writing the first draft.
- Persevere through The Marathon of the Middle.
- Write a resounding ending.
- Become a ferocious self-editor.
Because it is hard to write and publish a book—especially a good book. It’s easy to write a bad book. … A book gives people the opportunity to see your knowledge and evaluate it. A book shows you can commit to something and follow through. It used to be that only writers with a publishing deal or those who paid for vanity publication ever got to see their books in print. Those days have changed. Thanks to the rise of self-publishing, any person with a story to tell can become a published author and sell their book.
The personal branding benefits of writing a book are well accepted. The personal branding benefits of writing and publishing a book are well known. Writing a nonfiction book that helps readers in your field solve a problem or achieve a goal: Enhances your visibility, positioning you as an expert in your field.
Writing, as opposed to publishing, requires almost no financial or physical resources. … If you want to write, kill the magic: a book is just a bunch of writing. Anyone can write a book. It might suck or be incomprehensible, but so what: it’s still a book. No, nobody in the publishing business cares if you have a degree. In fact, in the eyes of some agents and editors, having a degree in a writing-related field might actually be a drawback. … Readers tend to buy books without regard for whether the author has an English or journalism degree.
SO let’s do it