I wanted to share this post with you from Nicholas Rossis as it makes a great deal of sense and also lays out a plan that is possible to emulate (provided you remove certain distractions and focus more) The one thing that I have learnt over the last 66 years is that it is worth listening to people who are successful… better get cracking on those five books…thanks Nicholas.. #recommended.
I remember having a dialogue with a writer friend a few years ago. She was chastising me for stressing the importance of luck in publishing. Her argument was that, if you work hard enough, you’re bound to succeed.
At the time, I was wondering if she was right and hard work was all it took.
After a decade in this game, I changed my mind. have now added prayers to luck as the most important factors helping with your career.
Now, it looks like I’m not the only one to think so. J.A. Konrath, one of the best-known Indies in the world, recently shared a sobering post called, Your Book Marketing Plan Won’t Work.
Even though you may think he methodically destroys all of your dreams, what he really does is debunk the myth of writing being some sort of get-rich-quick scam. Konrath…
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