Uncategorized The Most Important Thing About Writing? June 20, 2011 Knowing when you need to spend a bit of money. Around here an ISBN is free, but you have to send in two copies of your book (e-book, paperback or hardcover) to the national library. In the US, I’ve heard that for 10 unique ISBNs you will need to pay about $250 dollars. Yet, what is the most important thing about writing? When you hit rock bottom, you look, keep on writing and write one more, even if it’s for you. (there you have it to those who are having some challenges with writing these days. Go on and keep writing, that is the most important thing about writing. (really, it is!) Previous Publishing: Self-Publishing Notes Newer Does It Matter Where You Publish? You May Also Like Under Writing… Over Stressed February 3, 2011 Let the Publishing Challenge Begin Monday February 5, 2012 Blogging and Making Money with Your Blog? January 3, 2011 2 Comments Marlena Cassidy June 20, 2011 at 4:56 pm True. That is so very true. I think one of the things that dies first when you try to write for a living is the idea that you're writing for yourself and not for who you think you should be writing for. Once that dies, everything else just crumbles. Thank you for the reminder! 🙂 Between The Lines June 20, 2011 at 5:01 pm That's so true. As long as you keep on with something, even if you think you aren't enjoying it quite as much as you used to, or if you don't have the time, etc., you will always rekindle your passion again in time.