How To Write A Book: My Personal Writing Process

There’s no uniformed process when it comes to writing. Everyone must find their own way and perfect whtever works best for them. How does one keep their ideas organized? Do you use an outline? How do you create and develop characters? These are just a couple of pieces to the puzzle each writer must assemble and solve in order to craft their very best work.

Most fiction writers are aware that fiction is loosely based on truth. When I’m writing a novel, I subscribe to the idea of sketching out a chapter outline for the book first. But before doing that, I prefer to write the ending first. Like I said earlier, there’s no right or wrong way, just whatever feels comfortable to you. Sometimes, even after I’ve created an ouline and have began writing, I may or may not make changes along the way.

I keep plugging away, and before long, I have a finished manuscript. When you write from your heart, and put your all into a project, there’s nothing more satisfying than creating something you love. The icing on the cake is when your readers enjoy it and can’t wait for your next book!

Published by Author - Charles R. Butts Jr.

Entertaining and provoking thought within his readers are the main hopes former U.S. Army soldier & thirty-three year U.S. Postal Service employee Charles R. Butts Jr. has when it comes to the creation and release of his work. When he’s not reading or writing, Charles enjoys spending time with Shawanda, his wife of twenty-five years, his children Amber and Trey, and his grandchildren. He recognizes Langston Hughes, Walter Mosley, and James Baldwin as highly notable influences in the literary world.

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