Three Ways to Make Resistance Irrelevant and Win the Struggle to Create and Market Your Art
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This is the book you were looking for.
Write. Publish. Repeat. is the book I was writing, in fact. Except I didn’t write it. A couple even more experienced and successful guys beat me to the punch.
Barring my note below, this is the book I was writing. Mine was going to be called Commonsense Zero-Cost DIY Marketing for Authors.
Try as I might, I can’t find a reason to invest the time and creative energy into duplicating a book that already exists.
Or, more accurately, how I begin the process of moving toward my books.
Planning is a left-brain process. Creativity has to have a healthy dose of right brain. You need both. The apocryphal Hemingwayesque “write drunk, edit sober.”
Here’s a very short version of my story-generating process, which thus far has given me good results blending left and right, analytical and creative: (more…)
In two days we have transmogrified three-quarters of a page of notes into nearly nine-thousand words, making up the first two chapters of Commonsense Zero-Cost DIY Marketing for Authors.
It’s going to be a real push to launch the book on January 1st as I had hoped.
I’m not certain I’m going to make it. I am certain I’m still going to try.