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One (possibly valid) complaint made by proponents of traditional publishing about the glut of independently published books is that it appears some folks are using independent publishing for on the job training. I know my first mystery wasn’t the quality … Continue reading
If you have a way to pay the bills while you launch yourself into writing, that’s great. If it leaves you real time for writing, even better. Here’s a reality check for you. It’s long and of dubious interest to … Continue reading
Responses have started coming in from my survey of friends who are self-employed. They’re sharing their personal stories for my book You Don’t Want a Job, to be released on February 29th.
I promised to offer suggestions about dealing with your unconscious fears. Here’s a start:
I sometimes share this writing exercise (or rather, who-cares-whether-you’re-writing-or-not exercise) with authors who are stuck, who just can’t make the time to write. You can do anything for 5 minutes. Even if you hate it, you can do dishes, mow … Continue reading