Thursday, February 21, 2019

Building a bridge to the Future

Time moves incredibly fast and incredibly slow. It moves incredibly slow, in the short-term. A long day feels extra-long. However it moves incredibly fast words to the years. I think this interplay of time really shows the benefit of building of royalty base. I think having something that's built, that took years, is a wonderous foundation. I can see that building a royalty Foundation will help now, in the near future, and in the long-term. I'm excited to see I can create.

Monday, January 28, 2019

The amazing thing about fiction writing

I think the importance of writing is in the  method of saying I was here today. It's that act of daily defiance, where the hours somehow are captured in a bottle. It's a matter of making something that will last, even if it's just a few words on a page. I don't believe that these words will be consumed by anyone probably other than me. Still, I'm given the option to go back and consume them. That option is not open to everyone. Only authors and people that write down what they believe and think have that option available to them. Fiction authors are able to express commonality in forms of action and adventure. Perhaps that's why fiction writing is so amazing. It allows you to capture that moment in a way that anyone can consume.

Tuesday, January 22, 2019

The difficulty of choosing

Thinking about what books to write can be a difficult process. It's not so much that ideas are hard to find, it's that there are so many of them. Each idea requires a lot of time and energy. So the difficulty in writing really is in figuring out which ideas are worth writing about. One way to help determine this, is to sit on an idea. If the idea survives or even weeks, then you know it has potential to be a good idea to write about.

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Leveling up as a writer

Yesterday I played a game called betrayal Legacy. The purpose of the game is to destroy a monster. The other part of the game, revolves around how the game changes session to session. I think that's an interesting idea when talking about writing. The way you write royalties you make will affect how future writing and royalties work. A lot of work today, even if it doesn't make a lot of money, will help you be more productive in the future. Good royalties can help pay for new projects in the future. I think that this Legacy is a big reason to keep pursuing more and more writing. Kind of like leveling up as a writer.

Monday, January 7, 2019

Easy to build content in 2019

It is an amazing day and age we live in. The raw ability to create new things has never been easier. Today we can use a simple web program to build a 3D model. We can take that 3D model and feed it into a 3D printer. We can then use a number of cheap items from the dollar store, and build a full relevant to our books. In addition, we can build audio and print books exceedingly easy. We can hire good editors a narrators at an extremely fair price. This means that creating a new book has never been easier. I am grateful for the potential 2019 now has. Even this article was written with a speech to text editor, making it very simple to produce. What a wonderful age to live in!

Friday, December 28, 2018

Excited about 2019

As the new year starts, I'm reminded of all the progress I made in the past year. I was able to write a new book, the first in several years. I was able to post a number of articles online and sell a number of articles. I changed my website to be practically free. And I was able to get Christmas gifts towards building a writing lab. I'm very grateful for the progress I've made this year, and I'm looking forward to making more progress next year. I enjoy the adventure of writing, and the freedom it provides. Excited about 2019!

Friday, December 14, 2018

Time is long and time is short

Thinking about the amount of years I have until retirement feel like time is very long. In the same instance, the amount of time before all the due dates is very short. There's a discrepancy somewhere in there. Psy overestimate what I can do in the short term and underestimate what I can do in the long term. I suppose the biggest objective one can reach at any given time is balance between work and play. How do you know you get there though? Does it just become a feeling of balance? I'm not sure, and I'll have to figure this out.

Building a bridge to the Future

Time moves incredibly fast and incredibly slow. It moves incredibly slow, in the short-term. A long day feels extra-long. However it moves i...