Feeling pretty tired these days and I just woke up not too long ago (omg it’s nearly 11am ㅠㅠ). I promise myself that I’ll make full use of my holiday and time at home to study Korean. So I shall be really hardcore and do a 11am-11pm Korean immersion/blogging. Obviously that will include reading Korean novels, maybe blogging, maybe doing an audio blog and maybe writing on the e-book.
Some of you guys may know about the plans I have for an e-book of some sorts. There’s so much I can write in there and you guys may have seen the earlier sample that I released on “Internship in Seoul”. I originally wanted to be an all-in-one HANGUKDRAMA book but it’s too much, so I split out one section and it’s going to be: How to self-study Korean. Stupid title really. I don’t want it to be a HOW TO book but for the lack of a better idea…
A lot of it is going to be my own experiences, tips and it will really cover most aspects of learning Korean 😀 From scratch, to beginner, intermediate and maybe advanced. I’ve finished writing the “from scratch” part and now writing the beginner part 😛
Should I release the sample? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
In any case, I have work out what can go in and what can’t. And I’ll probably email the publishers if I want to include photos of textbooks etc. I’m totally being paranoid and making sure every single content and photos (of Korea scenery so far) are my own. I guess books (no matter in what format/free or not) is different from a blog??! Right?? No idea ><;; Any advice on this will be much appreciated! Anyone in the publishing sector?
The main reason I thought of a book is because I can’t expect people to comb through 800++ entries and erm my categorisation is not exactly the neatest OTL. And I want to put everything together and hopefully that will be helpful to all Korean learners ^^
In any case, I’ll just continue writing it in my free time! I need encouragement ㅎㅎㅎㅎ
Hopefully it will be released somehow. Sometime.
Will you be interested in reading?