- Why doesn't anyone under thirty think print books have a future.
- Why hasn't my blog views' counter moved in the past four days?
- Should I really look at Google Analytics to see how my web page is doing?
- If I lived in London, I would network with other writers & court agents at parties. (Doubt it!)
- Should I read more books by other authors to get a feel of the market? (I am not fourteen, though I once was, so what do I know?)
- Should I be writing more than 1000 words a day, and an additional day a week?
- Do I bore my Twitter followers?
- Do they care enough to be bored?
- Should I get into Linkedin, Facebook, Google+ and Pinterest, and......?
- Do I have time to make a splash on Goodreads?
- How do I stop myself looking at Amazon's Daily Deal?
- Why are agents always looking for new writers, not old ones?
- Should I give my ebooks away for free?
- Everyone else seems to be going to writers' conferences.
- How many self-help ebooks does one writer need?
- Should I stop buying on Amazon and support my local bookshop?
- How can I compete with those who turn out 5+ ebooks a year?
- Why am I not interested in zombies, vampires and life after the apocalypse?
- Publishing an ebook is like abandoning a small child in a soundproof warehouse run by robots.
- Why can't I take myself more seriously?
Friday, 1 November 2013
An ebook is a lost child in a soundproof warehouse run by robots.
20 writer's neuroses in no particular order :)