Creativity is all around us. Everything you see was created and designed by someone. I collect ideas. I collect designs. I have a file on my computer and I have a physical file on my desk. I collect flyers, headlines, ads and mailings. On my computer I collect newsletters, e-blasts and screenshots. When I feel writer’s block I go to my files, find an idea, plant a seed and watch it grow.
One way I have found to write effectively, is to write it all out and then edit what you’ve written. When I write, I don’t stop
I was one of the lucky ones, week before last, and probably one of the last lucky ones too. When I ordered my engraved iPad (3rd generation) from the apple.com store on the 8th of March, my invoice told me I’d receive it on March 16th – the first day it became available in stores. Within hours, I had heard of the shipping times slipping 2 – 4 days to deliver on the 18th and 20th.
I won’t deny that I was excited to see what the all the hype was about. There had been talk of the
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Enjoy reading eBooks? Think you’d like to give it a try? Here is a brief summary of the nuts and bolts of the “How to’s” to write your own eBook.
There are different kinds of eBooks. Begin with the end in mind, as Steven Covey would say. How long do you want your book to be?
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