“Write something true. Write something frightening. Write something close to the bone. You are on this planet to tell the story of what you saw here. What you heard. What you felt. What you learned. Any effort spent in that pursuit cannot be wasted. Any way that you can tell that story more truly, more vividly, more you-ly, is the right way.
So holler. Tell it loud and tell it bright and tell it slant and tell it bold. Tell it with space whales and silent films or tell it with quiet desperation or tell it with war or tell it with dragons or tell it with tall ships or tell it with divorce in the suburbs or tell it with dancing skeletons and a kraken in the wings.”
Exactly 25 days to go for our ‘Book Authoring Retreat‘. 3 days to go for NaNoWriMo. This is an excellent time to start working on the outline of your book. Don’t worry about the finer details. A rough outline is good enough. Good luck folks and quite excited for our event.
Picked this book as preparatory material for the Book Authoring Workshop. http://Kiruba.com/authoring
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Received a copy of Sorav Jain’s new book on Social Media for Business. What I liked about it was the personalized covering letter that came along with it. It referenced a recent FB update that I made and ended with a personal note. This may not be scalable and time consuming but the right way to do it.
Brilliant advice from Steven Pressfield, author of 12 books: “If you want to write, plant your backside in front of the typewriter. Don’t get up from the chair, no matter how many brilliantly-plausible reasons your resistance-churning brain presents to you. Sooner or later your fingers will settle onto the keys. Not long after that, I promise, the goddess will slip invisibly but powerfully into the room.”