Everyone Has A Book Inside Of Them?
Do you think this is true? Personally I'm not sure - I think mine would probably be pretty dull! I say that because not being a fiction writer mine would have to be a biography - OMG what a yawn that would be for readers! What would your book be?
I would like to write a book about woman and money, or managing money for divorced individuals...my speciality is teaching people how to be frugal and that is specialize in at HubPages (saving, spending, and managing $money$ Hubs). I already have the outline done, not I just need to write it!
Mine is a mystery. I wrote it and a ghost story three years ago and now it just sits. I haven't published it yet but plan to do so soon.
I don't think that's accurate--everyone has a story, but not necessarily a book. And no matter how riveting you may find your own story, if we all shared them indiscriminately, as via books, pretty soon they would all start to sound the same.
My books are about my experiences mainly about the stress I have lived through in life and from the feedback I get, they do help people.
Therefore, I do believe that everyone has a book inside them because everyone has lived through something.
Everyone is a story. I want to write a book about different kinds of love experiences and relationships.
Yes, I believe everyone has a book inside, but not everyone knows how to write it. My biography would be too much because there are things I'd rather forget than live through again (although only in a book). I've got too many ideas for great books, but the fear nobody would ever read them stops me from writing.
I truly believe everyone does have a book waiting inside them, but most have sense of partial judgement from an outside source, so they fail to present their creation from fear of misguided judgement.
Thanks to all so far who have made a comment - very interesting viewpoints.
Sunny2020 - the saying 'everyone has a book inside them' is accurate - it has been said many times over the years by various people.
Everyone is a story-- life is a story.. even death is a story and it's inside each and everyone of us.. Very Good question my friend
I think everyone has a story to tell, maybe not a book. Though I think everyone can learn from each others' experiences from life with the biographies. I think my book of life would be boring for the most part (so far... only 26), never did anything really exciting, but I think with the experiences I have had could teach people something.
Now the book really inside me writing wise is fantasy and I am working on it right now.
LOL!! I am starting a course tomorrow night helping me to write a childrens book!! Hopefully then I can do the one for adults I am keen to do !
I think everyone has a story, I just don't think that everyone can write it.
To say that 'Everyone has a book inside them' seems to be being interpreted that you have to have an interesting personal life story to qualify. In other words, an autobiography worth writing. Yet it might not be so much what you've done, as what you've learned. That book might not need to be so much a story that reads like a novel. Look at all the non-fiction out there! Of course you have a book or three inside you. You just have to get round to making the effort to write it.
My story is one that is like a cat with 9 lives. Crazy things happened to me as I was growing up, luckily I never got really hurt. My brother always told me just like a cat I must have 9 lives. I've began to write a children's book with each little episode that happened as a chapter. I hope that when I finish and publish that people will find it funny and lessons to learn from.
My book would be about an actress who is retired in her 60s and is recruited to become a spy, as she is the stereotype of a grandmother she is less likely to be suspected. :-)
I think we do all have a book inside of us. Each of us may not be sure how to write or tell the story they have but I think each of us have one waiting inside of them.
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