Since the explosion of the Internet, everyone thinks they can be a writer. They’ll pop a blog online, maybe start a Tumblr account, and start saying the things they’ve always wanted a forum to say.
And two weeks later they’re out of topics and have no audience. The apathy kills their project and they feel defeated. On to a new project … perhaps a book!
Sound familiar? Ringing any bells?
Here’s the thing about any creative profession. It’s not built on talent. It’s built on craft. And humility. And discipline and a fucking insane refusal to quit.
Talent is only a small piece of whether you’re able to finish a book, whether you’re able to maintain a blog, whether you’re able to make a living from the Word.
Creativity thrives with structure and direction. If you need help figuring out how to finish a book, shoot me a message and we can talk about what kind of structure will induce creativity in you, firstname.lastname@example.org.