This is a really excellent book. It really does help. It did help me kind of think more about what is most important to me in my life. I should explain, I suppose. The title is Essentialism and the subtitle is The Disciplined Pursuit of Less.
I’m going to talk today a little bit about the problem of burnout. Specifically, ways to prevent burnout.
Today I’m reviewing Creating Character Arcs by K.M. Weiland.
Three Haikus on How to Be Still
Today I’m going to review “How to Win Friends and Influence People” by Dale Carnegie.
Today, I’m going to review Operation Enough! by Anita Dhake. The book is about her journey to becoming financially independent, to retire early. And I think it’s a really great book. I was provided a free copy in order to give an honest review. And I’m giving an honest review now.
Ebooks are the cheapest, easiest and most logical way for self-published authors to distribute and sell their work these days.
Self-publishing is not a complicated business. But, at the end of the day, it is a business. As such, it should be handled in a businesslike manner. Part of that is creating a name for your publishing company. And you should set up your own publishing company.
[00:00:01] Today, I’m doing something a little bit different. I’m reviewing a video game. It’s a mystery video game and it’s made by Her Interactive, and I have to tell you right up front to be honest that I’m being paid to talk about the product. So just so we’re clear on that. But this is an honest review of this mystery game: Nancy Drew: Labyrinth of Lies, which is pretty cool. So let me show you the features of this game. (See the video below.)
Every time I turn around, marketing advice pops up. It emphasizes the importance of SEO, aka, search engine optimization. And, apparently, if you don’t know it,
you’re screwed you’ll never succeed as a marketer.
So, now, in order to succeed as a writer, apparently we must be concerned about SEO marketing. At least, enough to know the basics.