What determines if someone is a professional or amateur writer? In his post, Jeff Goins outlines seven points (and an eighth, if you look real hard at the intro) of what differentiates one from the other. After reading the article, I decided I’m somewhere in between.
A quote from Jeff Goins got me thinking about adding a blog to the newly rebuilt Lone Horse Endeavors website. The simple question and need has a complicated answer. In the end, it comes down to time and what I’m already doing.
“You put a lot of popcorn kernels in and you heat it up,” Kevin J. Andrews said in an interview on The Creative Penn, “But you never know at any one time which popcorn kernel is going to pop or which direction it’s going to fly.” For authors, each kernel is a book. Which one is going to pop is the biggest question.
It’s been rumored for a while that Chrome would start warning users about sites that weren’t encrypted. Well, now we have an actual launch version. Chrome 56, comes out in January. Starting with this version Chrome will mark sites without a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate as “not secure.” Future plans include adding a red triangle symbol as well.
Tools I use for finding inspiration and saving ideas, so I can write on multiple blogs, including this one.
How does an author feel after finishing another phase of their book’s development? Seven emotions ranging from tired to gratitude come to mind. It’s good to be done with the tedious. Now it’s time for full-blown creativity once again.