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Necessary Education to Become an Author: Fictional Author Take acting lessons because it is another way for learning how to think through another mind that is different from your own. There are many colleges that a young fictional writer might want to go. If I had to pick one I would go with Johns Hopkins University located in Baltimore and Washington D. C. Why? Because you get to learn how a novel works, hear from famous authors, an most important: write a novel. You'll also study the ways of fictional writing while creating your own work. And you’ll learn much more. So join Johns Hopkins if you want to become an author
Continued: Necessary Education to Become an Author: Fiction Writer Write everyday it will help you in all reasons. Especially on stories. It is a fun life skill. Real authors write everyday. And if you want to be an author do the same.
Responsibilities and description A author makes content by organizing, making creative ideas, and trying to keep readers happy. You have to find your style. Have excellent grammar and spelling. Writing a fictional book is like being on a roller coaster, with scary, funny, and/or happy parts and endings. And like a trilogy of roller coaster there can be a trilogy of books.
A significant Contributor in this field James Patterson “You see I like This guy!” why, budujhjhjhjkjkj this guy “I don’t know why but I like this guy!”
What the significant contributor in this field has done James Patterson has wrote about more stories than any other author. His books has changed our passion of reading, getting way over more than 15, 000 children and teens to read his books (and maybe other peoples books). He has made a brilliant website called Read. Kiddo. Read. com ( which helps adults find what will make their children love reading).
Usual Salary When you are an author you don’t have a salary. You get to make money when ever you want to. Because you see being an author is very different than being an archaeologist and a carpenter. And all those other businesses. So if you don’t want to be an author then go chase a donut! OINK! --
Why I Picked This Job The reason why I picked this job is because … come to think of it I have a lot of reasons. I have loved reading ever since I was 7. And ever since then I would not put a book down. Also I like making people happy and interested in the world that does not have to involve with video games. And when I become an author I’m not going to be those cheesy authors(maybe, because I can’t see the future).