„I‘ve read all of your books!“

The best thing someone can say to an author.

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Is that something you‘ve said to someone?

Maybe you would say it to your most favorite author?

But even if you would not, it is most likely you have heard someone say it in a movie. Where someone declares his respect to the works of this one person, possibly a genius of some kind.

And I agree.

I think it is the most respectful thing you could say to an author.
And it‘s the best thing you could ever hear as an author.

That is, if you‘ve written a book or two

It has a nice tune to it too.

But no, you‘re still writing articles.

Where is your book?

Still inside your head.

It is trapped there because of your fear.

Your fear that you might not be good enough.

Or that the book might be too much work.

Whatever it is, it is holding you back.

You were told there is not much money to be made.

You were told „online writing“ is the way to go.

“Don’t write books. It does not pay.”
At least that’s what they, don’t they?

So you focus on online writing. And you will never experience all the benefits and advantages of a book author. It is a simple decision you’ve taken because you focus on the money today.

But it does not have to be this way.

So start writing — YOUR book!

But maybe if we write a book that then summarizes all these written articles. Maybe that would be easier…

🔥 Genius Mastermind is a persona that is still being developed. More things need to be learned, more books need to be written. Follow for more articles on Book Writing and how to write your own book.

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Daniel Wieser

Daniel Wieser

GeniusMastermind 📚 Writing books for fun. Topics: Learning + Learning Methods • Writing • Computer Science • Building a Legacy • ASD • Delusion • Schizophrenia