jour·ney – noun
meaning to travel from one place to another, usually taking a rather long time; a trip:
a distance, course, or area traveled or suitable for traveling:
A book Journey offers inspirational words, and stirring themes for authors poets - publishers seeking a space; a niche carved for the written word.
As a new author, on the journey to success and wealth in being published, you want the most from every effort you put toward being published or gaining notoriety. This is especially true if writing has moved past the hobby interest stage to you. It's become a serious passion and drive to be successful, not simply published. In order to accomplish this, you need words.
Whether in print or electronic media, we've discussed establishing a library. However, have you ever thought a truly great library/ catalog isn't about a number of books? An expanded library doesn't have to offer but one book. And I don't mean necessarily a series title.
What I mean by this is. Your first work may or may never be published. But the world you’re creating in writing is the library you’re building. If an author can learn to expand the content he/she’s creating... You can easily create an ever expanding catalog of offerings for the reader. This applies to article/ content writers, journalists, or novelists. Your name is the signature of your work. It’s also the centerpiece of the library you want built.
Most only consider their name for earnings or publicity purposes. The reality is however; your name equates to readers the discovery of an expanding universe to explore in the written word. The more catalog you have available the larger the context to see the image you’re painting of the world. And the larger the gathering will be the next time you introduce an expansion to your library. In other words, when you release your next book.
Books may express a range of things. This book caught my attention this morning and I share with you the review that drew me to it's pages.
Do you prefer one-on-one talking to group activities? Do you prefer
solitude over parties? Do you tend to avoid risk? Dislike conflict? Work
better on your own? Feel wiped out after being around people all day?
If so, you may be introverted. There’s a test in the book which can help
you to be reasonably sure. Introverts make up at least 1/3 of all
Americans, and may constitute much more. And yet American culture is an
extroverted one, with extroversion often held up as an ideal.
I speak with the voice my father gave me. Tempted at times to overly express my mind, instead I choose to write. To share with the world my views on Life, Liberty, and compassionate Justice... Not blinded by the illusion one voice will silence the crowd, I contend One voice can... and will ultimately
Change The World