Good, sound advice from one author to another.
It’s been two years since I’ve published a brand new book. (I kind of had the first line from “One Week” by Barenaked Ladies in my head when I started this post. Don’t remember it? Take a second: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7vp28mGD7g). For 1.5 years of that time, I spent most of it as I think authors hit by “writer’s block” do. Making excuses but no progress. (Okay, at this point I had to shut the song off, ’cause there was no way to write this with all that yapping going on). Finally, like a cruise ship at sea, I started to turn my perspective around. I started to write again. Here are two things I learned from that downtime, and that will hopefully help you get through your own when it comes (because it will come):
MAKE PROGRESS AT ALL COSTS
No, General Eisehhower, do not take this too seriously…
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