Three Ways to Make Resistance Irrelevant and Win the Struggle to Create and Market Your Art
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Goal: post daily.
First miss: Sunday, August 18th, 2013
Take Sundays off? Try harder? Schedule further in advance? Must ponder.
More than one person has generously compared my book A Long, Hard Look to Raymond Chandler.
One person asked why, and posted my answer at her review website.
Give it a read. Comment. (Let’s make others think I have a huge audience of loyal supporters, eh?)
Some functions are hygienic: just as you don’t notice when someone has taken a shower, you don’t notice if windows are clean, you don’t notice if a musical instrument is in tune, and you don’t notice if a book’s interior is properly designed.
The opposites are also true.
If you’re a music-lover, a shop-owner, or an elevator-sharer, you’ll notice all right.
And if you’re a bibliophile, a poorly designed book is painful. It, well, stinks.
I just finished reading a book which could have been marvelous. Fascinating stories from inside an industry I appreciate.