Check out this insightful post from the Novelty Revisions blog that advises you should stop searching for an easy way through.
One of the most important things I’ve learned as a health science writer is that what most people want to know is the easiest way to do everything.
The absolute minimum amount of exercise they need to do per week. The simplest recipes to prepare. The most basic skeleton of information about every disease they never want to have (and the easiest ways to prevent them all).
What no one wants to hear is that easy does not get you the results you want.
Not biologically. Not psychologically. And certainly not creatively.
Everyone wants to know how to become a writer. But they’re not interested in the process, or facing the challenges that come with it. (Perhaps you all are the exception. I knew I liked you for a reason.)
They want to know the fastest, simplest ways to write, publish, and market their books. The easiest ways to get…
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