Check out this inspiring post from the Novelty Revisions blog on the percentage of people that want to write a book. There’s a difference between desire and actually doing it.
… and many never will.
In 2002, 81 percent of people surveyed said they felt they wanted to write a book.
That’s right — the majority of people (at least in 2002) wanted to do the exact same thing you’ve likely wanted to do for a long time.
There’s nothing special or original about wanting to author a masterpiece.
However … there’s something very special about actually being able to write one.
Why does everyone want to write a book so badly? Honestly, because publishing a book is easy enough that technically anyone CAN write and distribute their work. And good for them.
But the problem is that actually writing a book — or a blog post or a screenplay or whatever it is you aspire to craft — is not as easy as it seems from the outside.
You do not see the work that goes into your favorite…
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