Writing 101 is all about writing... and how to succeed at it!
Finally... The End
What do I do now?
#1: Write a sequel
If your book gets really positive feedback, you may want to write a sequel. Another book relating to your first almost always guarantees readers (the people who read your first book) and, if people see the second book and haven't read the first, you will get people reading both books! This also gives you an opportunity to work with your familiar characters and makes coming up with a plot easy. Sequels can lead to a series, and who know... Maybe you'll become the next J. K. Rowling!
#2: Write another book
Sometimes, you just feel like you've had to much to do with your first story, and you have this amazing idea that you really want to put to paper. Or, you just want to try something new. Or maybe, you just feel like you don't have anything to write a sequel about. Whatever reason you have, writing another book is a good option. This can bring along a whole new crowd of readers and a different experience. So sit down and take out that list of ideas you know you have saved somewhere and chose a good one. Then begin the process all over again.
#3: Take a break
Finishing a book is really hard work, so once you've finished, it may be best to take a break for a while.You can go on a vacation, chill, focus on other things, and just relax. Then, you can get back to doing either option 1 or 2.
#4: Stop writing
This option is NOT recommended, but sometimes it's for the best. Say your book got really bad reviews, no one read it, and you hated writing a book in the first place. It may be time for you to realize that writing is just not your thing. So I guess you have to go back out into the world and find something else to do. And then you'll probably realize that writing is just so amazing anyway and go back to writing! But at least you tried leaving the writing world! :)
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