The keys to becoming a successful writer on Sims 4 are:
- Writing all day
- Woohoo-ing sexy Sims to keep your fun levels high
- Having thoughtful showers after so you’re fresh and clean and inspired!
- Writing some more
Just by implementing these easy steps into your life you will have lots of royalties streaming in within a matter of days. MONEY! How do you get published on the Sims 4? Well… you just walk to your mailbox and click ‘self-publish’ or ‘publisher’. And that’s it. You’re a writer now and you’re earning money. Perfect! Why isn’t that the way in real life too?
I wish being a successful writer was as easy as it is on Sims 4. It’s nice to play the game and be successful at this career I am pursuing. The seduction of playing out my career virtually for hours on end is too tempting!
P.S. My partner found out that this was the best schedule to get the most amount of books out and royalties in. The key is lots of woohoo and thoughtful showers. I had to try it for myself (and learn a tip or two from the world of Sims 😉 ).
You should at least try it. For the sake of science. You never know. They could be on to something 🙂
I will definitely try for the sake of science. 😀 It sounds like an amazing life to me.
Raymond Hopkins said:
Being a successful writer is the easiest thing in the world. In fact, I consider myself to be the most successful writer that ever lived, every word gold-plated, every thought deeply meaningful. The real difficulty comes in persuading both publishers and the paying public that such is the case.
😛 Haha. Yep! I’m also trying to persuade publishers and paying public that they should throw money at me.
Raymond Hopkins said:
Should writing be only about money? Nice to have, of course, but some of my writings have given intense personal pleasure, a pleasure which has nothing to do with hard cash – namely letters to the young lady who did me the singular honour of becoming my wife – and those will NEVER be published, not even for money.
No of course not. If writers don’t have that inner passion and love for writing, they won’t last long. I guess it’s different for each person. I get lots of joy and pleasure from writing, but I also have dreams of writing great novels that others will enjoy. The sharing aspect to me is important. I’d like the money because it would allow me to write more. Additionally, if I had money rolling in, that would signify that a lot of people enjoy my books.
Let's CUT the Crap! said:
😛 😛 😛