Y5 Blog: Stephen says, 'I aspire to be an author'. What advice would you give to Stephen?

Date: 4th Jan 2017 @ 8:20pm

Ella C wrote:

i would say to keep on writing books

Thomas HUNT wrote:

I would say the same.

Thomas HUNT wrote:

You need a capital letter.

Matthew TERRY wrote:

Good advice.

Millie RICE wrote:

I would say the same.

Samuel P wrote:

The advice what i would give is think about what your doing before you do it

Matthew TERRY wrote:

I agree with you Sam

Mia F wrote:

I think you should spend 3 weeks planning the book and then write the book you are going to sell. And make sure you can concentrate. So the book is good and you don't make any mistakes.

Emily JONES wrote:

I agree

Lola-Grace MITCHELL wrote:

I totally agree.

Ella HEESOM wrote:

3 weeks is a long time Mia.

Tyler C wrote:

Do a really good story/information book.

Sophie DICKINSON wrote:

I think he should

Millie R wrote:

My advise i would give is that make the book have detail in and make the book want you to read on.

Thomas H wrote:

I would say to him make your books interesting.

Kleo SMITH wrote:

I would say that to.

Matthew TERRY wrote:

Again, a very good reply from you.

Ella HEESOM wrote:

Yes, and keep on writing books.

Sophie D wrote:

i would say to him you can do anything you want

Thomas HUNT wrote:

You need a capital letter.

Matthew TERRY wrote:

But he also needs to practice his handwriting.

Leighton M wrote:

try to write a little book and see if anyone likes it

Logan HOULTRAM wrote:

You are right.

Sophie DICKINSON wrote:

yes, I think he should

Ethan W wrote:

I would give advice to him to practice his writing.

Francesca ANDERS wrote:

My advice is write a book and read all the way through

Matthew TERRY wrote:

Yes you need good writing for children to read it.

Isaac ROUGHLEY wrote:

That's good advice.

Erin C wrote:

Be what ever you want to be don't let anyone get in u way

Erin C wrote:

Be what ever you want to be don't let anyone get in u way

Jake H wrote:

Check you writing for punctuation and with a publisher

Grace P wrote:

My advice would be to try and do as much writing as possible but make sure that it makes sence.

Emily JONES wrote:

That's a good one too

Logan HOULTRAM wrote:

What type of story is it a kid story or a horror story.

Isaac ROUGHLEY wrote:

That's good advice.

Ella HEESOM wrote:

Yes,you are right Grace.

Francesca A wrote:

write it on a computer and read if its great print it out

Ethan WATTS wrote:

I would say it's better to write it instead.

Alex McGann wrote:

l would write it on paper first and then copy it into a book

Matthew T wrote:

Just try your best and make the story/book if your'e making one for a child/children make sure you make them laugh and read a lot.

Tyler CAFFERTY wrote:

Matthew you did try your best.

Isaac ROUGHLEY wrote:

That's very good advice

Jessica E wrote:

If I was Stephen I would read lots of story books.

Logan H wrote:

I would tell him to thin about it

Isaac R wrote:

Practice your writing and punctuation.

Ella H wrote:

if u make a book for children you should make sure that the children should like the book and make sure that the book looks interesting for them to read.

Emily JONES wrote:

I like that one

Kleo S wrote:

The advice i would give to Stephen is write in a book a lot and look in other books.

Francesca ANDERS wrote:

The advice I would give Stephen is write a kids book first

Francesca ANDERS wrote:

The advice I would give Stephen is write a kids book first

Alex McGann wrote:

l agree

Emily J wrote:

have good handwriting

Millie RICE wrote:

Yes I would give that advise to.

Francesca ANDERS wrote:

Yes you must have good handwriting

Matthew TERRY wrote:

A lot like Ethan's but I agree.

Alex M wrote:

you should do kids stories

Francesca ANDERS wrote:

Yes write a kids book

Sophie DICKINSON wrote:

I think that is a good thought

Corey P wrote:

Just go with it