When it comes to writing a novel, everyone has their own styles and preferences. Some write the starting first and then chalk out things as they write along. They are, typically, the pantsers who fly by their pants as they seat themselves to write. I prefer to chalk out all things before I begin to write.
In this video, I share the top 3 reasons I think it is a good idea to write the ending of the novel before writing anything else.
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Of all she has learnt from her life, the essence, she knows, remains in never settling, ever pursuing, and setting high standards for everything. If this already means trouble for us (I’m chuckling as I write this), it means that we, too, have to continuously better ourselves at everything we do. Tomorrow, she retires from her workplace. Over 30 years of her employment has seen her wear many hats most amongst which have been worthy of inspiration. But as she readies herself for what lies ahead, I can only wish a wish for her.
It is time she can dedicate her energies to do what she has always dreamt of doing. I wish her to pick the most cherished ones from her long list of passions. As she readies herself for the day she begins her ‘work from home,’ I gift her this poem:
For the one who, Has never gotten tired of Ever committing herself To whatever came thereof;
For the one who, Gave up dreams on her own. Made instead the ones from those Of her children as though of her own;
For the one who, Committed to every single minute Everything that she had To be the best—I mean it;
For the one who, Even though lost more Found less. Learnt more. Taught nevertheless;
For the one who, Dedicated her life for work. Strike once again, so she can Work her way up to life.
Strike, for you must. Let her find her way forward. Be the light in the never-calming storms. Be her inspiration amidst the storming calms.