I’ve known Brad Whittington since his son and I were in the high school drumline together. As good friends with his son, I became fast friends with the family—all spectacular people in their own right. But life happened. The Whittingtons moved away, and I eventually went to college. Still, I kept in touch, especially after … Continue reading Author Brad Whittington Talks Self-Publishing, Writing, and The Reluctant Saint
Before writing your book, it’s essential to set a release date. By establishing a deadline for yourself, even if it’s arbitrary, you’re providing strong motivation for yourself to finish your book. The worst thing you can do when beginning a book is to give yourself all the time in the world to finish it. Time … Continue reading When Should I Release My Book?
Let’s begin this link roundup with the most challenging and inspiring article I read this week, Steven Pressfield’s “Write Your White Whale:” The #1 question that writers ask: ‘I’ve got a million ideas. How do I know which one to write?’ Answer: Write your White Whale. Which idea, of all those swimming inside your brain, … Continue reading The Best Self-Publishing Links: Whaling with Ahab, Writing with Amtrak, and Competing with TV