If you are like me you write poetry, but when writing a book you want that same flow with your words. You want your book to almost seem magical just by the way it is worded. Each sentence should be it's own song lyric and have a certain rhythm to it. For example (this is from my book, so credit is all mine): It was around midnight, and the sky was like black ink covered in sparkles. It was like looking at a fairy tale, but not really know what it was about. The thing about this wording, is that I did not think about it; it simply came out of my head and onto the page.
Good wording isn't something you have to think about, it pours out of you like a river of ink onto a field of paper. Most people don't understand that, and they think too hard on their wording. The reader can tell if you are trying too hard to write something good. Trust me, good writing only comes when you are extremely bored, emotional, tried, or sick.
It is also a good thing to have meaning behind your words, make them unique and deep. Think of it as the ocean, wide, blue, and mysterious.
this is where i ramble; have fun