The hard work is done.
You’ve written your book, you’ve made that final round of edits, it’s been proofed by a professional, and you’ve hired a designer to create the perfect ebook cover.
Now, all you have to do is upload your book to Amazon, sit back and wait for the money to roll in.
Oh, how I wish it were that easy.
But sometimes, short form doesn’t work.
Whether you study and have to complete an essay or try to write a book, writing long-form content is a challenge on its own.
”What is so challenging about it?”, you may ask.
Perhaps you’re having problems finding a creative career you love?
Maybe your day-to-day life is making you unhappy?
Or are you struggling to pursue a passion you’ve held close for years?
I’ve faced these types of creative problems, but several writers helped me work through them.
One of these people is the American novelist John Cheever.
Another is the American novelist John Cheever.
And another is the British writer Virginia Woolf.
All of these writers died years ago.
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If you’ve worked with an editor, you’ll know how difficult it can be to deal with criticism.
Working hard on an article only to get it back covered in red ink or with a request for a major rewrite isn’t a pleasant experience.
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I spend my time writing fiction, blogging and testing the latest technology. When I’m not in front of a computer or a book, I’m agonising over whether I should spend my retreat to the command line or hang my hat on a well formed sentence.
I’m also passionate about how to create the perfect piece of digital content, which people will love and share.
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