to interesting inverviews, I like to listen
to interviews like this during travel
on my little MP3 player...,
(BTW also see on my Healthy Lifestyle Blog:
Some years ago I downloaded a writing course
from Nick Daws, and also heared
him in an interview on
BOTH LONGTERM & SHORTTERM
'In this Interview Nick Daws
has several interesting tips for writers,
for example that it's smart to work on both
'longterm writing projects'
and smaller 'shortterm writing projects''.
That is an example of a very usefull tip, because
you could lock yourself up for two years and work on your
'Big Bestseller Novel' hammering arround
on your Laptop or Tablet etc.
and than try and get a publisher
Only unless you got a huge advances from
a previous Novels or when you have enough capital
or some other income source or income sources
- to work on a novel for two years that way -
would be a fairly 'Risky Business'.
Because it wouldn't even be a guarantee
that any publisher is going to publish.
So to work on smaller shortterm writing projects
does seem to be a smart thing to consider.
For example you could write articles for Magazines.
(see tip on this blogs
Writing Tips Page)
and/or start even smaller with writing 'Letters to the Editor'
or 'Fillers' for Magazines.
Nick Daws, has also written a book about starting
your own 'Home Based Business'
that you can find here below:
BTW when you have Listened to Nick Daws
on the Radio you might also like buy a
MP3 Player to Listen to Podcasts
at any time that you like.