Opportunities for authors in e-book publishing are boundless and a bit overwhelming. As Digital Book World’s Editorial Director Jeremy Greenfield told me, it’s the Wild West of Publishing.
Business artists create, act, and choose with integrity. Easier said than done. I’ve given myself a 30-day challenge not to purchase anything – flash drives, batteries, paper clips, and definitely not books – from Amazon. Other authors are joining me….
I am a master of distraction. I’m also an artist of deliberate distraction. Many people come to me for a variety of ways to cultivate a deliberate writing practice. Penguin and Monkfish published my book on the subject that includes…
When Jonah Berger was a teenager, his grandmother gave him a copy of Malcolm Gladwell’s The Tipping Point (2000). The book tells the story about how ideas become influential. The young Berger relished the intellectual journey Gladwell took him on….
There’s no reliable place where entrepreneurs and business artists can gather to learn how to bring their trade nonfiction book’s story from the stage to the page.
Easy promises to write a book actually can destroy your self-confidence.
And I wrote every day. Because I had to. Because it burned in me. Because we just don’t have much time. Because the Waiting Room is not a place to live. Because the Waiting Room is a place where something true and brave in us can die.