Hello! I’m back!
In the last article of this series we talked about the first steps you need to take when starting to write a book: The Why, the What and the whether to use a publisher or self-publish. Today we’re going to dive deep into the actual process of writing, that grueling and marathonian challenge that will suck the life out of you if you choose to venture into its muddy waters.
If you consider yourself brave and interested in writing then go on and venture forth! If you’re not you may still find a lot of useful tips into the art of keeping your focus, motivation and getting stuff done. All steam ahead!
It’s a pity to spend a year of spare time writing a book and then only spend 30 minutes on a cover that no one finds appealing. So I went ahead and re-designed the cover for all the books in the series.
I thought it’d be interesting to record what I’ve learned and share it with you in case you’re interested in doing your own pixel art.
So, ready to learn some pixel art?
So here we are, I think this will be a long series of articles with half a serving of practicalities, tips and tricks, and another half of soul-searching, reflection and dreaming. Hopefully you’ll find something useful, and who knows, perhaps feel inspired to write your own book and spread your ideas throughout mankind.
More than two years ago I had an idea.
So I broke down the original book into two books that would include the more mature parts I had written at the time: