“if you simply try to tell the truth…you will…become original without ever having noticed it”

“if you simply try to tell the truth (without caring twopence how often it has been told before) you will, nine times out of ten, become original without ever having noticed it.” ― C.S. Lewis, 1898…

Source: “if you simply try to tell the truth…you will…become original without ever having noticed it”

If something isn’t working what do you do?

Personally I would emphasise the word ‘sometimes.’ 🙂

“If something isn’t working, if you have a story that you’ve built and it’s blocked and you can’t figure it out, take your favourite scene, or your very best idea or set-piece, and cut it, it’s brutal, but sometimes inevitable.” Joss Whedon.


10 Easy Ways To Improve Your Dialogue

I came across this great blog from Write to Done, check them out here:


“And what is the use of a book,” thought Alice, “without pictures or conversations?” – Lewis Carroll

“I can manage books without pictures, but I know how Alice feels about the conversations. When I’m browsing, I flick through books to see how much dialogue there is. If there doesn’t seem to be much, I’ll put the book down and choose something else.” I’m pretty sure I’m not the only person who does this, either… Click Here

Free book offer for 6th of April – an intriguing way to promote your book.

I received this free link today which is available for a limited time about builiding an audience for your book.

Good valuable information.

Thanks write to done for letting me know. http://writetodone.com/

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Heres the email I received, sorry Mary Jaksch, Editor-in-Chief, WritetoDone.com, I couldn’t work out how to reblog as I couldn’t find the blog:

Mary Jaksch writes: Are you enjoying your Easter break? I hope so!

Here is a book about how to build your online audience that will intrigue and inspire you – and it’s free (but only until Monday).

I’ll tell you more about it in a moment. But first, here’s a question for you:

What do Copyblogger, Netflix, Seth Godin, Jeff Walker, and Randy Gage all have in common?

And more importantly, how can YOU learn from their successes?

To answer both of these questions, you need to understand what they intuitively grasped years ago… that the traditional model of “create and offer, and then find a buyer” is hopelessly obsolete.

Today’s online world is one of infinite choice, with millions of businesses vying for your customer’s attention.

And we’ve all been there: if someone isn’t made uniquely for you, why would you buy it?

In this crowded marketplace, the solution is to build an audience FIRST, and create the offer LATER. It sounds backwards, but it’s really the only way to do business online – ad you know I wouldn’t say that lightly 

But I’ve read the writing on the wall, and it’s true. Except that the writing isn’t actually on a wall, it’s in my friend Danny Iny’s new book, The Audience Revolution. It’s part manifesto and part field-guide to this new paradigm of business, and until April 6th, he’s giving it away for free (no shipping, or anything like that):

Click here to get Danny’s book The Audience Revolution at no cost whatsoever.

Danny is the founder of Firepole Marketing, and he’s done more than just study these “Audience First” principles; he’s applied them to go from a quarter of a million dollars in debt to a multiple-seven-figure business, in just a few years.

And the #1 thing that Danny attributes his remarkable success to is the driven and passionate community that he’s built around Firepole.

In The Audience Revolution, Danny deconstructs his own success, and the successes of many other well-known marketers, consultants, authors, and businesses. And trust me, if you ever wanted to know how to build an online business with complete integrity and zero “sleaze”, you absolutely need to read this book.

Click here to get Danny’s book The Audience Revolution (free until April 6th)

It’s a quick read, especially considering how insanely valuable it is. I can’t recommend it enough.

Just remember, it’s only free until April 6th, and while it’s totally worth paying for, why not get it for free when you have the chance? 😉

So enjoy the book, and join the revolution!

And if you don’t want to take advantage of any free stuff by Danny Iny, please click here, and we won’t bother you again with this. 

Personally, I love the Danny’s book. It’s well worth reading.


Mary Jaksch, Editor-in-Chief, WritetoDone.com

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