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How to Write Your Life Book

A Life Book is basically a large, thick, sturdy notebook used to write your thoughts and opinions. It is not exactly a journal and does not have date labelled entries. It is just a book in which you write about things that happened to you or what you've been through. (not necessarily in chronological order).

Steps

  1. Find and purchase a sturdy, thick notebook with more than one hundred pages.It should be inspiring. A cover with only one colour and no patterns would be perfect as you can decorate it with photographs and drawings of yourself or your favourite things.
  2. Start by writing a few sentence starters like "My name is...", "I am...years...months old", "My birthday is on..." etc. You can also include starters about your un/favourite things to do such as "I like eating...", "My favourite film is..." and so on. Write at least 12 sentence starters. After you've finished add your personal information and pictures. Add descriptions if you like, so that it will be more interesting.
  3. On the next blank page write in big, bold bubble letters "MY OWN STORY".You can embellish it with doodles, zig-zags and colours.
  4. Do not necessarily start by talking about your birth - it is not supposed to be in a chronological order!Write about what seems more relevant such as if you're feeling particularly hungry that day you may write "I feel like eating a candy bar right this instant. Think about a chocolate twice my size. I can see myself licking it, gnawing it carefully...". Once you start your imagination will flow.
  5. When you finish your first writing session hide the journal so that you can return to it later.If you want it to be completely private, considering keeping your Life Book in a computer and password protecting it until it's finished. DO NOT purchase one of those diaries with locks as they break fairly easily.
  6. Before starting your new writing session leave a 3–10 centimeter (1.2–3.9 in) gap in between the previous writing session.If you are feeling uninspired follow the same procedures as you did when you started.
  7. When your life book is finished, consider let people read certain parts.If you typed it, it is time to print and bind it. If you are writing in the computer than consider having it one hundred pages as that is a reasonable amount to tell the story of your life. If your story is typed you can change fonts and add images more easily. However, a notebook never looses it's beauty and charm.

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  • Question
    Do I have to get permission to use real names of people in my Life Story?
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    No, you don't need to ask permission to use real names in your Life Story, unless you plan to publish it or make it public online.
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  • Question
    Would it be better to write on a computer or in an actual journal or notebook?
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    This is mainly based on preference. You can try both and see which one suits you the best. Some people, like J.K. Rowling, like drafting their entire book longhand, while others, like myself, prefer typing it straight onto a word document. Whichever works best for you.
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  • Question
    How do I start writing a book?
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    You can start any way you want as long as it makes the reader want to read more. You can write anything for the beginning of your life story because it's your story, but the one thing you want to do to keep the reader reading is to start with a strong lead.
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  • Question
    How can I make this topic stand out?
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    Community Answer
    Pick the most insightful part of your life. Write that first so that you create a fascinating entry that inspires your writing and gives the reader something exciting to look forward to learning more about.
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  • Question
    How do I find someone to write the book about my life?
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    Contact writers online. There are many who ghostwrite stories like this.
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  • Question
    Can I include pictures of myself and/or my friends in my life book?
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    Community Answer
    You can, as long as you feel comfortable with it, and you have your friends' permission. Keep in mind, however, that including photos can put you in potential risk; if someone dangerous finds your book, they will know what you look like and potentionally stalk you.
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  • Question
    What if I can't think of anything?
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    Try going through old pics and videos. You can also ask your parents if they have any art projects that you worked on while in school. Some of these may help you remember things. You can also focus your life book on a certain aspect of your life, ie: your family life, your time during school, your hobbies, etc.
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  • Question
    How many words are in a book?
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    It depends, as all books are different lengths so therefore they would have different word counts.
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Unanswered Questions
  • Is it a good idea to split the story up into more than one book to be able to add on to it later, almost like a what happened next thing?
  • I've forever dreamed of writing a book based on the places I've lived, a few noteworthy events, and the whackadoodle people in my family. Please advise me on where to begin?
  • How do I talk about my problems in my life book?
  • If writing about people in my life story - and although true, they are revealing, my damage their reputation - do I need their permission - and legal coverage?
  • What information should I change and which tense should I write in?
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  • If you are a born artist and enjoy drawing pictures, then maybe you'd prefer having a completely blank notebook or a sketchbook for maybe pictures of your life.
  • If you enjoy writing better consider buying a lined journal with enough pages for you to write at least once a week for an entire year. Think about the amount you are going to write. Some people write in their Life Book on a daily basis. Always think about the size of your handwriting size and pictures and film tickets.
  • If you're a little bit of both then maybe you should purchase a double notebook which has one-lined page and one-blank page.





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