A comment on a previous post points out that people sometimes get stuck on long projects and stall because they haven’t figured out the next step.  “Write a book” seems a little daunting.  You can’t get it done today.  So you shy away from getting started at all.    ProductivityContinue Reading

Writing yesterday’s post got me to thinking about what happens when it’s time to sell the book of your heart.  Most of us write because we want to put our words in front of readers, so it’s discouraging when the manuscript sits in the trunk in your attic or languishes onContinue Reading

In the recent issue of a members-only magazine (thus no link here), a writer suggests that because the down economy has affected book publishing as it has affected the entire universe, editors are becoming more conservative and writers should write with an eye toward what the market wants (i.e., theContinue Reading