Summer is here and I couldn’t be more thrilled. Get outside. Observe. Take in the fresh air and let it all feed your creative side and breathe new life into your writing. Most of all, relax and have some fun. You’re doing what you love, right? Writing books, selling books, and living the life you’ve dreamed of. So go for it. Feel the sand on your feet, touch a tree, and dance in the sunlight. I recently took my dog to Carmel Beach at 7 am and it was beautiful, serene. Sure, there were dogs off the leash and that was the part of the fun. To let my Dixie run into the water, play with other dogs, and enjoy the energy surrounding her was thrilling to watch. What are you doing this summer? I’d love to know!
This week’s roundup is again filled with an array of wonderful information touching on press releases, email marketing, the problems inherent to being one expert, and more. I hope you enjoy the selection.
Brexit: Twilight of the Experts? by Joel Friedlander: “There’s a specific problem that subject-matter experts run into when they attempt to interact with newcomers. As you gain expertise, you naturally evolve away from the open-minded inquiry that typifies most newcomers. When you don’t know much, you’re open to just about anything. As you get more educated, the options narrow, and that’s not necessarily a bad thing, it’s part of the process of becoming more experienced yourself.”
Note: This post by Joel Friedlander is an excellent reminder to nonfiction bloggers If your information is too advanced, or you forget to cover the basics, you’ll lose readers who can benefit from your expertise.
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