When do we know that it’s good enough to publish?
- When there’s no spelling mistakes left.
- When the text is telling all that is needed. This means, you find someone to read your book and tell you if they understood what it’s all about.
- When you feel that you have done your best.
When you reach the point where you feel that you have done your best, the next step is to submit it.
Remember, when you submit, you put your book into the hands of someone else. They’ll read it and choose if this book would be a good investment. This doesn’t mean your book is not worth publishing, it just means that this person doesn’t want to take a risk on it.
All you need to do, is find someone who will be ready to take a risk with your book.
Don’t give up!
“If you think you have an interesting story, you probably do. All it takes is a good writer to bring forward the interest, the emotions and the characters – to bring it to life.”
– David Leonhardt
Blaming someone will not solve a problem.
“All blame is a waste of time. No matter how much fault you find with another, and regardless of how much you blame them, it will not change you.”
– Wayne Dyer
When you want to solve a problem, you need to understand what it means to you and what you should change about it.
No amount of blame will solve a problem.
Responsibility for what you did is all up to you.
The only way to change a situation is to take responsibility and find a solution.
Invest your energy into finding the solution instead of finding who to blame.
“Great leaders don’t rush to blame. They instinctively look for solutions.
– Nina Easton