The pedestal isn’t too high if you are adamant Writers. By Tshepang Tau


By Tshepang Tau.

Hello book worms, fellow writers and authors out there…
Being a writer (of Books) is a pretty amazing talent, especially when you have to reimage the ordinary and turn it into an extraordinary world filled with wonder –that’s for Fantasy/Magic-Realism/Fiction/SFF Authors. For Nonfiction authors, it is about taking and turning accumulated experience into a vast world of knowledge, opening doors of possibility to an otherwise overlooked subject into something useful. Then there are bloggers, who aim to broaden the minds of individuals with their world opinion. All of them create a fun and new way to tackle life as it is, and an easy way to enjoy living as a writer.

Let’s be quite honest, there’s a secret pulse buried deep in your being that gives you a sense of control when you touch your typewriter/laptop/tablet or phone to begin writing down the words in your head. That sense of control derives from earth not being deprived under your mercy, let’s be quite honest on this one authors –you’d be a dictator if given the chance. Would I?
I’m not giving you that satisfaction yet, stay tuned for an answer on my next post were I’ll speaking about Coffee in Writing and Regrets.
When the process of writing is stimulated from your marrow, you also have an overwhelming sense that you’re God, you assert control over everything and no one but you has that power. Quite a good feeling for one, but you have to remember that you aren’t God in this world you’re building, but a mere disciple. Your muse is GOD in this world, the ultimate creator if you were aiming to be blasphemous in some type of way. You’re ranking at prime minister, angel at best. Levels people…

Now, you’ve taken a couple of months to a year, depending on your speed and commitment give or take writing this work of art. [Remember wannabes that childbirth depends on sex, a journey of a thousand miles with a single step and a book not with an idea but that first word, then that first word into more words, more words into a sentences, more sentences into paragraphs, more paragraphs into a page. Do it again and again, then boom, you have your first book.
Cheers to us wannabes, depending on what you wannabe.
Then there is a process called editing, YEP! Yes I mean YEP! Then there comes a process called editing. Sir Winston Churchill coined these famous words out right, Out of Blood, Toil and Tear. And I say editing is the definition epitome of Blood, Sweat and Tears. One of the hardest things to do is editing your own manuscript, reason being you’re too subjective when it comes to personal critique. Quite often we overlook our mistakes as allegory, a personal advent which is a terrible lie we’re telling ourselves really. Most writers suffer from this myself included –SELF DIAGNOSIS! SELF DIAGNOSIS! SELF DIAGNOSIS.
Above everything else, you have given birth to something special here. Wake up at any given time and give your baby some attention, you want nothing but success for your book child.
Your book is like your child because you worry unnecessarily about her, you spent a lot of time nurturing them into what they’re become. I’ll repeat this, above all you wish them nothing but success for your book child. Having invested your time to see her first word, crawling into the pages and sipping the nectar knowledge you have accumulated for years before her birth. Having to watch her stand to chapter two and take her first steps into chapter three, then you knew things are manifesting and your child is growing. Now is time to make plans for her future, like finding institutions to fix her minor mishaps that you sometimes fail to be aggressive upon. But as a parent, it is time you realise your child needs help. The time has come to figure out your next step into getting your child out the
Even with the knowledge that the world is a cruel place for your book child to witness pn their lonesome
Remember, there is G O D, your M U S E then U O Y, yes you. In this writing process, it’s called levels

Hello again fellow writers, bloggers, authors and bookworms,
This is a fundraiser; I am offering the following services to you today in hopes of self-publishing my first Fantasy novel

Cover letter
$4.00

Book copy editing (chapters 1-5)
$25.00

Essay copy editing
$3.00

Blog post writing
$3.00

Book review
$3.00

The cookie jar for donations from patrons anything from a $10 to your affordability. Every patron’s will be mentioned in the book upon publication. Donations can be sent via PayPol https://www.paypal.me/TawTau

What is the book about?
Well, I’ve explored a very sensitive topic here that looks into the complexity of African spirituality. Centred around a boy who is called back thousands of years ago to be king and overthrow the false king, then defeat the Dark Lord who desires a following and destruction upon all nations.
For more information on how to get my services and donations, email Tshepang Tau on tautshepangnewbooks@outlook.com.

Thank you,
Have it bliss.

Don’t forget this is a Fundraiser, fundraiser,
Hello everybody, I’ve written a book and would love to self-publish it. I was hoping to raise funds by offering the following services, to make this dream possible. Please support this noble course…

Polish your text with Tshepang Tau AKA Author Williams…

Cover letter
$4.00

Book copy editing (chapters 1-5)
$25.00

Essay copy editing
$3.00

Blog post writing
$3.00

Book review
$3.00

The cookie jar is for donations from patrons, giving can be anything from your affordability $. Every patron will be mentioned in the book upon publication. Donations can be sent via PayPol https://www.paypal.me/TawTau

You can read my short stories while you at it here https://drive.google.com/file/d/1u0EDF8057ASYNXNbEd4n1qMiNRZaHrLi/view?usp=drivesdk

It’s free.

Reviewing “The Spirit Inside” by Katie Moran

Start reading it for free: https://a.co/fPNHouR

This collection is a practical emotional grit builder, based on the psychological fact that it can transform a mood from dull to happy, depressed to love, shy to confident, ill mind to motivated and loneliness to comfort, consolation and understanding and the promise you’ll find a better tomorrow.

One thing I didn’t like about this book, I saw one spelling error -or am I that obsessed? Get it and correct me if I’m wrong.

First and foremost with the spirit of honesty that has overcome me, I love how the book is sensual in many sorts of ways were you get what good emotions you could hope for. Think of anything positive, it is there and necessarily positioned in a perfect way to follow in any journey. It’s like a manual to positivism and happiness.

Affordability is one of it’s best traits, what’s also best about this book is that it’s a quick read. Okay, that’s the worst trait about it, it’s like a Netflix series, you end up wanting more. This keeps me wondering when the next one will be due out.

The kind collection

https://a.co/fPNHouR