Avid readers, and those who accidentally stumbled in searching for something else, will have seen deliberations on whether or not to switch platforms.
Musing the topic, three ideas immediately spring to mind, which is a suitable number for the 100 Days challenge.
Not a nice, cosy little hole, you understand. Rather a long and seemingly unending one. After you’ve fallen down it, you never know where you will come out.
I share Gilmour’s puzzlement that more authors don’t team up with musicians to add another dimension to their audiobooks.
I have to stand on the shoulders of giants or, more specifically, tinker with the work of others to accomplish the end result desired.
Like a genre in publishing, a work forms part of an existing discourse and this creates certain ground rules for how words will be read and ideas conveyed.
At first, my thinking rebels against the act of concentration. A day spent being pulled in a myriad of directions does not for a focused mind make.
My quest for a publishing platform which was both elegant, unencumbered by endless plug-ins and left me alone with my text, brought me to write.as.
The question today, for whom do you write? Perhaps to improve your scribblings; perhaps to attract a general audience; or perhaps it is for posterity?
This causes something of a paradox. I thought I would have to take a leave pass to not write today, yet pondering this has caused me to write today.