What is the good life? This is one question you can ask one million people and expect to hear one million different answers. Even though we’ll have different answers to this question, there are common themes between us all.
Every day, someone emails me asking me the same question: “Is it too late?” This is a valid question, but in my mind, a silly one.
Writing is a battle. It’s a fight to find the right words to express your thoughts or feelings, capture the beauty of a sunset, or explore the depths of the human heart. But writing is not a battle you have to fight by yourself.
Over the last four years, I’ve published four books (with a fifth on the way). The first was self-published, and I have continued to release projects on my own, without the help or support of a publisher or major distributor. And one of the things I’ve learned about this term — self-publishing — is that it is completely deceiving.
Life is full of choices. Between the clothes we wear, the food we eat, and the words we speak, we make hundreds—if not thousands—of choices every day. But out of all of the choices we make, there’s one important thing you have to decide when it comes to your work.