Tag : logic and writing

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Leaders in the writing field, leaders in the office, leaders who don’t have a position.  There are hundreds of book out which talk about ‘leaders’ or ‘servant leaders.’  There are many great people who are willing to mentor others and have them push themselves and think beyond their comfort zone.  Every person has a comfort …
When you choose to publish a book, you need to plan for the long term. Unlike writing a blog, where everything is ‘now’ you have to think about your audience, and how you come across long before you have your book published.  You have to think ahead and think about what you have to offer …
In the realm of questions there a lot of variables. Questions be close ended with simple yes or no’s for answers. Questions be more complex leading you to check your watch if someone asks you what time is it? Then there are the questions that use multiple brain cells to muddle through. Cause you to research …
Mark Zuckerberg loves this book.  So does Bill Gates. This book caught me by surprise, and I found myself enjoying it a lot.  If you like reading something controversial and fantastic, then I strongly recommend On Immunity: An Inoculation, 2014, by Eula Biss- the of the major books which Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook has chosen …
The challenge of publishing and why perseverance pays off If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. End of post. Just kidding. But to be honest, sometimes we all need a reminder that persevering will pay off in the end. There are so many clichés like the one above, that have been around for years …
Kindle and Kobo are two large companies.  By this time, I’m certain most writers have heard of Kindle, and what it can do for with e-books, or how you can make money self-publishing your e-book using Kindle Direct Publishing.  Some people have earned a lot of money with e-books, and others are happy to see …
The Word-Loss Diet The Word-Loss Diet by Rayne Hall is a good book to read if you are a more advanced writer.   One of the problems many new and self-published authors have is working with words.  This is not a long book, with only 71 pages, but the information is valuable. One of the …
If you are a self-published author looking to expand your networks, then tap into writing sites.  After all, since you have published an e-book, chances are people will want to read it, and if you are writing on various sites there is more of a chance that people will read your writing and make the …
 Humans feel things differently and read things differently “This is such a moving book” or “I cried when I read this” or “I laughed myself silly.” A good book will elicit some sort of emotion from you.  Even a non-fiction book has the power to make a reader learn and enjoy.  The best authors play …
Most people tend to over-think a lot of things when they think about becoming a writer. I am part of a much older crowd and tend to look at life in a much more black and white way.  I know all about the shades of grey and, because many of my younger acquaintances think in …
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