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Happy New Year from the Write Pack Radio. In this episode the Write Pack explores (after we discuss a resolution of a special celebrating Pi day) what kind of resolutions writers might want to make and should avoid.
Do you have control over the end goal? How far do you plan ahead? What about micro-goals?
What is the difference between a resolution and a hope?
What are book ancillaries?
What are the resolutions of the members of the Write Pack?
What if you fail? What is failure—real failure? What about the rising bar of success?
Are there people who claim they are writers and don’t write? What are the realities of writing and how does failure play into it?
What are unrealistic resolutions writers tends to set (and set themselves up for failure)?
Ever wondered who writes all those college textbook test questions, lecture outlines, instructor’s manuals, study guides, and other materials that help students learn better and instructors teach better? Freelance writers like John Soares, that’s who. John, the author of "Writing College Textbook Supplements: The Definitive Guide to Winning High-Paying Assignments in the College Textbook Publishing Market," will tell you what you need to succeed in this field, including how to get the attention of higher-education textbook editors and convince them to hire you; how to get your projects done well and quickly; and how to get paid well. Join us for this lively, informative, and entertaining preview to John Soares 60-minute audio conference for TAA members on Dec. 14 at 12 p.m. EST: http://www.taaonline.net/TAATeleconferences
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