Writing a good story is one thing, getting people to read it is another. So how do you get people to notice and read your interesting story?
Recently I had an opportunity to sit with Gucci, an Indie writer like myself trying to get his work out. Gucci’s lamentations is that despite his efforts to write good stories, he isn’t able to get people to read it. It is demotivating to write and yet no one wants to read. Approximately a year has passed since Gucci published his work, however only a hand full of persons have read it.
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Creative writers do suffer serious cognitive dissonance when
debating the best approach to creativity; do you put your mind and soul into
writing, or do you put your thoughts elsewhere?
Putting your thought elsewhere appears rather axiomatic, but
is definitely less weird a creative writing mechanism as it seems.
I am not the only one who’s been hit with inspiration at a
time of distraction, in fact many amazing work has been conceived at a time of
total inattention. But the problem is there is no button one can push to
unleash an “eureka”, so is the alternative a self-induced alteration of cognition?
One weird mechanism for triggering creative writing powers is
by limiting awareness, of which mild intoxication is one route.
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Simple ways you can save your limited Internet Data to accomplish more using your notebook.
If you are browsing on a limited network, it’s probably a good idea to reset your gadget and turn off unnecessary software and application that could be consuming your data in the Background.
Stop automatic Video Playback
Save data by stopping automatic video playback in your internet browsers. In Google chrome and Mozilla Firefox, you can turn off automatic video playback Continue reading “Save limited Internet Data to accomplish more work”
Rupi Kaur’s Milk and Honey, a collection of 200 poems about love and loss – abuse and healing, initially self-published in 2014 sold over a million copies, and remained on the New York Times bestseller list for 52 consecutive weeks, in 2017. Continue reading “Why you should use Capitalization as a literary device”
Generate happiness through relaxation, D.I.Y., smiling, reading and exercise, and enjoy improvement in productivity.
How is it that some days we have unlimited drive for productivity and other days our visions and direction are hindered by uncertain gloom?
Most times we take it for granted, but consider that happiness was, and still is the most sought after treasure in all human history. Aristotle and other philosophers considered happiness the most important goal in life, surveys of different people from around the world also puts happiness above other desires including wealth, health and relationship. continue reading
Don’t traumatize about unaccomplished New Year Resolution, Instead see the Year end as an evaluation point, with your long-term goal in perspective.
It’s that TIME of the year when some of us are regretting unattained resolutions and unfulfilled dreams, but why trouble yourself when you know time and seasons are just a cycle of continuous loop? If anything is constant it is your long-term goal, so you don’t have to give up just because another cycle of time is about to end. Continue reading
Quote can alter your mood, lighten up your day and sharpen your thoughts, to kick-off today here are some few thoughtful quotes for you.
Be yourself; everyone else is already taken:
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Wonders of the Default Mode Network and how we can do more by doing nothing.
For over an hour I struggled in vain to begin a story on the Rite of Passage. I had a vague idea how the story should go, but how to begin it was a challenge. Instead of just sitting there scribbling endlessly, I decided to go and clean the handrail, I was going to do some laundry, and our cloth hangers are too small for the bed sheet, so I would use the handrail to spread the bed sheet.
While cleaning the handrail, the opening scenes of my story began illuminating in my mind; continue reading
I recently came across an article by Dr. Jamie Schwandt, a US Army Major, author, statistics professor, TV show host, motivational speaker and etc.
Basically the article is about how a morning routine can transform an entire day, it suggests People who established and follow up on their morning routine tends to be more successful.
Hal Elrod, the author of The morning miracle, became disillusioned continue reading
How you can still achieve your New Year Resolution with last-minute changes
Every day is a good day when you have a goal
Set goals so that you have many reasons to get up each day. As a living being you need something to drag you towards to the future, a reason to get up every morning. Essentially, purpose is the precursor to success. continue reading