Creativity is a very interesting and often debated topic. Is it something you are born with or something you can develop? Is it something that only happens when limitations are removed or is there a process you can follow to foster creative ideas? 546 more words
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I often wonder why more bookstores don’t have Espresso Book Machines. Perhaps it’s the cost, the training required to operate it and maintain it, or the belief that a small percentage of customers will opt to purchase books that way rather than logging on to Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Powell’s or another online site. 744 more words
I have to admit I was not a fan of outlining and have heard multiple debates among writers about whether an outline is needed. Some see it as essential before they start the writing process. 559 more words
What do Simon & Schuster, Hay House, Barnes and Noble and Reader’s Digest have in common? Each of these reputable and famous names in publishing has forged a partnership with… 1,501 more words
Okay, this post should have been out here many hours ago, but I got pulled into watching Wimbledon tennis matches all morning. Then, en route to checking book news, I found a response from a subject matter expert who had an answer to a question of mine that relates to my work in progress. 703 more words
Yes, it’s a good thing. Read the post in its entirety here on David Gaughran’s blog.