Today’s post is dedicated to blogging and social media. You know, how to turn your blog into a sort of central hub, from where you can direct your followers to your social media accounts. Continue reading
First of all, I’d like to thank Matt for his contribution.
Secondly, if you wish to help me out, you can do so here.
It’s time for another series of blog posts. Blogging week. This week I’ll be writing about what makes a great blog great, what vs. how, quality vs. quantity, and all kinds of tips and tricks and stuff like that.
But I think that the first question that comes to mind is: Why? Why blog? Why choose to spend a lot of time writing down words so people from all over the world read them?
Answer? Continue reading
Eleven years ago I had this idea. A story about a crazy scientist on a deserted planet. That night I wrote for the first time. And I wrote ever since.
Ever felt like a failure? Odds are that you did. Maybe you still do. I know I did. I know there were days when I didn’t want to wake up, I didn’t want to confront reality, to fight for what I wanted. Continue reading
Some of us escape the pain of regret by making the right choice. Some of us have little time for regret because we’re looking forward to the future. Sometimes we have to fight to come to terms with the past, and sometimes we bury our regret by promising to change your own ways.
But our biggest regrets are not for the things we did, but for the things we didn’t do.”
This quote is a voice-over from One Tree Hill, which is one of my favorite TV shows.
I’ve always thought regret to be one of man’s worst qualities. I’ve spent an awful lot of time trying to develop a sort of immunity. For a long time I’d much rather believe in destiny, in the fact that bad things happen for a good reason, than spend hours and hours sobbing after what could no longer be. Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago I almost gave up on this blog, on writing, on basically everything I was. Quite a strange moment. I was afraid that I might never become what I’ve always wanted to be.
Because, as any self-publisher can tell you, summer is tough. Book sales always go down. In my case, they almost stopped. Even though I released a new title, that just wasn’t enough.
Sometimes things happen, and we can’t explain them. This was one of those times. Continue reading