Yesterday I wrote this post about the various forms of delaying tactics we use against ourselves to stop us from beginning our true work – what we might call our “dream”. In his book The War Of Art, author Steven Pressfield calls this self-enforced procrastination “resistance”. I believe there’s something we suspect or even know will set us […]
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Now, second to seeing the brand new little human baby you just pushed out of your own body plopped wriggling and squinting onto your belly, I reckon there is nothing like the feeling you get opening a package and pulling out a brand new, real-life, actual book, with your name on the cover. A book […]
Honey, there’s a reason why you feel sometimes like the United States of Tara.
I was chatting with someone this week about books and publishing, and how the way we are reading has changed. The topic turned to the demise of the printed book, a concept I find to be absurd. “Paper books are becoming redundant,” declared my friend, “you won’t be buying a printed copy of a book […]