I’m listening to how shifts in the economy are changing our attitudes toward making art and making a living. Let’s get perspective. Whether you learn toward making art or making money, I want to challenge you with potent reframes.
In this Books That Matter feature, Mark will share his love for Edgar Alan Poe from a young age, the book he imagines living inside, and the kind of books he’s seeking these days.
The publishing world is tricky to navigate. We decipher the latest trends and news and forging the best relationships to help you advance your books.
In this Books That Matter feature, Lisa shares with us why The Woman Upstairs inspired her, the famous author that she can’t stand, and what she hopes readers take away from her new book, Unrequited: Women and Romantic Obsession.
When our ideas of what it means to be a writer come crashing into the reality of being a writer, we can get confused. When we have the audacity to stand on solid ground, looking inward with discernment and compassion, we will write deep Stories that transform readers.
Every writer has dormant potential to be realized. Potential is not static, and pre-programmed It’s not an, “Either you have writing potential or you don’t” proposition.
Your potential is like dynamic water.
When harnessed, your potential rises and rushes forward in full power.
And it serves entities far greater than your little self.
You have a book running through you. If you can find the methods, habits, and support to harness it, you can step out of the Amateur Bubble and step into the Apprentice-Artist Arena and ultimately flourish in the Artist-Maestro Stadium.
Anyone can do this.