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Nas to Release New Children's Book 'I Know I Can'All authors start where you are right now. We start insecure, unsure, and afraid. We start with fear, and sometimes even terror, gripping us. This post will detail the common author fears, explain how they are destructive to books, and provide insight into how you can reframe those fears to help you. You may not have every one of the eight I list below, but chances are you will deal with at least four at some point in the process.
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Can I return my book?
September 19, by Penny Sansevieri 10 Comments. The key is taking a critical look at what went wrong the first time, and understanding what you need to do to fix it. And fixing it often means taking the leap into revising and re-releasing your book to give it a honest second chance at success. It happens to a lot of us, especially with our earlier books! If you resonate with this in any way, a re-release is a great way to get the best version of your book back out on the market. I once spoke to an author who had a five year old book but as luck would have it, her topic started really trending in the news. As we grow, and as our businesses grow, we also evolve and change — typically for the better — and this applies to both fiction and non-fiction authors.
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Don’t read all your books with the same mindset
Reading is the best way to rapidly gain a deep, and broad understanding of a topic or discipline. You can read an entire book every day, but it will cost you. I am selective about the books I choose to speed read. I look out for the most important ideas in each book. Ideas that can advance my long-term goals.
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In Bookends, two writers take on questions about the world of books. This week, Adam Kirsch and Anna Holmes debate whether some methods of reading are more correct than others. Wise writers decline to engage in debates over the right way to read their own words. One thing he surely did not think he was writing was a fortunetelling guide. Here, if anywhere, is surely an example of reading a book the wrong way. Yet it was surely a way of using the book; and the more you think about it, the less obvious it is that any use of a book can be ruled out in advance.