Giving life to a world of your imagination is the most remarkable pursuit you can do in your life. An excellent way to fulfill this aspiration is through writing your own fiction novels. Sharing your vision with others through creating stories that will enchant your readers is an extraordinary calling. However, no matter how easy it can sound, you have to go through several leaps to put your conceptualizations into writing. Many authors would agree that fiction writing needs extensive planning. In other words, writing fiction is not a magical traipse that you can do overnight. Sometimes, the journey can be rocky and sketchy road to walk.
Breaking these misconceptions about writing is not intended to discourage you but to let you meet your expectations as you start your writing process. Successful authors mostly enjoy the parts of the actual writing process over some parts—pre-writing, drafting, or revising the plot. You may have your own favorite part, but you will also encounter parts that you dislike, and that’s okay. These aversions will not stop you from completing your work. Just imagine seeing yourself finishing that last draft, getting it published, and sharing it with the world—it will all be worth it.