What is your book that you are writing about?
I am also in the process of writing one.
I would love to write a book but have absolutely no idea where to start..........
Awesome, I'm glad you're writing one! Mine is a mystery/thriller more than anything, I guess. It's just what I'd want a book to be about. You could call it an adventure story, too. It even borders on the supernatural. So, yeah, it can fit under a lot of catergories, even romance. It's centered around a writer and his moment of writer's block. An author moves to a small town to begin his next book and uncovers a mystery, one that will test his mind and make him realize that no one is who they seem. It's got some madness, obsession, a little unintentional humor here and there, violence, passion, even monsters. So, yeah, like I said, just everything that I'd like to find in a story. Some might think it's a little too much to work into one piece. I think of it as a mystery novel most of the time, but there's times I think it's a love story. Thanks for the question, Phanti. If I may ask, what's the book you're working on about?
Sound really interesting What Is Q!
I am working on a mystery sort of novel which takes place in Old Town Krakow. It's about entrepreneurship, discovering own roots and potential with a secret ancient order, some sober realizations experienced in Auschwitz and good old clues left by daVinci on his paintings (very original, I know).
Mine is a children's fairy tales book. I am doing its illustrations as well.
I start several stories... relationship stuff, funny chapters, a range, and never get past the first chapter... too busy then i start another one... must focus more!!
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