Is it really going to be 2020?
What genre of films do the Coen brothers make?
This month will mark the seventh anniversary of the release of my first — and still highest-selling — book. It was a niche book and it made some minor waves in that space, to the point where it even climbed all the way to #2 in that category on Amazon. It didn’t stay there long, however, and my nameContinue reading “I’ll Never Make a Living from My Writing”
Another whirlwind year.
There are only a few things that have really changed my life. My children, certainly. My wife, of course. There are maybe one or two others that could be included — business school, for example — but one thing that I would include in that category without hesitation is the website CreateSpace.
“The world is divided into people who do things and people who get the credit. Try, if you can, to belong to the first class. There’s far less competition.” — Dwight Morrow As Ryan Holiday writes in Ego Is the Enemy, John Boyd is “one of the most influential strategists and practitioners in modern warfare,” yet he’s “someoneContinue reading “The Work Is What Matters”
It’s tempting to try to jump on a trend. I’m willing to bet that many of us that (try to) write have seen a post that looks like it wasn’t very difficult to write go on to do big numbers and major engagement. I know I have. I read it and thought to myself, I canContinue reading “Honesty Is the Best Writing Policy”
Today, this blog reached 100 followers and so I wanted to take just a moment to thank all of you that subscribe. I’m truly grateful.
Even if you realize it’s hard, it’s still far harder than you realize “I should write a book.”
It’s been an interesting year for all of us, but for me, this was even more true.