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How to Beat "IFS" in Writing Fiction
Books

There is so much to wonder about writing your book and so with writing fiction books. Just
when an author is about to start jotting down his words; several what IFS start to show
up. 

What if it won’t be appealing enough? What if soon, I will be merely pre-occupied
with other stuff and my book will be left undone? What if I won’t make it... there
you go-Irresolute, Fear, and Spinelessness. These are the IFS and the writers’
blocks. Then, what if I say, you have to start writing first before you conclude for
something. After all, you are reading this because you want to write your fiction book.

Focus
How can you possibly get one fiction book done when you are aiming to finish 10 books in a
short period of time? You need to concentrate on one book of your best choice. What is
really in your mind right now? According to famous novelist, John Irving, any writer who
embarks on a novel without knowing how it is going to end is a fool and a knave. You got
the story in your mind and so your next focus should be how to put that story on your
hand.

Unlike any other jobs out there, writing work does not need you to be grounded by rules
and regulations because you make your own rules in order to finish a craft. So, focus
first on your own rules to yourself and to make your work get started.

Jot these thoughts down
Perfect writing does not require you to be a perfect linguist because it only needs you to
come up with your creative ways of enhancing your writing skills to make your work
perfect. Writing your fiction book would mean nudging yourself to subsist with the ideas
you have currently and write them all down before they’re gone.

Dull moments for a writer is inevitable and so, every single word you can think
of—better start writing it down. 

Enjoy what you do
You will just be amazed to see how ideas are coming out when you see yourself enjoying
what you do. Writing a fiction book has more to do with showing to the readers your
imagination—this is your utmost chance. What people want to read from your book are
those events, setting, and information that are based mainly on your imagination; so make
those imaginary and theoretical events exciting and enjoy keeping on.

Don’t make yourself tired. When you think you cannot think of something else after
that episode you have just written; take some rest. Don't try to write a lot in one
setting. One classy word for ideas is inspiration and I’m pretty sure you would be
running out of inspiration when you are burning yourself out. Get some recreation and
start another day with a vibrant and fresh mind full of ideas.

Plan ahead
It is always a good thing when you can plan ahead for your fiction book. Millions of
readers are waiting for it out there. It is just a matter of time and they can always
wait. After all, when you got the perfect marketing ideas in the future, it is always a
perfect book for any book lover.

Planning ahead can as well give you more drive to continue picking up your undone drafts
from the corner. When you are on the peak part of your writing, the more you can acclaim
that you have successful beaten the "what ifs" in your fiction book writing.

Struggling to get that fiction book a name? Eliminate the blocks and keep moving towards
success through partnering with a reliable self-publishing company. Furnish your craft
with preeminent book marketing services for a healthy competition in the market. 


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