Can I use a real secondary school for my book?

Asked by: Stevie Lenz

Can I use real cities in my book?

Often, I come across questions about copyrighted material, trademarks, and whether or not certain things can be used in fiction. Here’s a common list of items I see authors asking about. Towns/City Names: You can use the names of real towns and cities without any problems.

Can you write a book in college?

Who has time to write a book when you are studying for midterms and finals? It may sound like an impossible task but there are many people were able to start and finish their books before they graduated from college and you can too. Veronica Roth wrote Divergent when she was in college.

How can a high schooler write a book?


And it's essentially an introductory economics book for middle / early high school students who are just looking for a very fun introduction to economics.

Do you need to go to school to write a book?

The quick answer is, “No. Writers do not need college to be writers.” I mean, I started writing and publishing in high school. So I didn’t even have a high school diploma, and I know many writers who started publishing and earning money as writers before they graduated high school.

Do you need to have a degree to write a book?

You do not have to have a degree in writing to be a writer. You do not have to have a college education to write a book that helps people and resonates with them. You don’t have to be any good at grammar – you can hire an editor for that.

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Can you be an author without a high school diploma?

Do I need a degree to become a writer? Officially, no. You can become a writer even without a university degree and other formal qualifications. However, if you decide to pursue a degree, your chances of getting a well-paid writing job are much higher.