Rick Killian

Lessons from a ghost . . .

When I sit down to write a book,
I do not say to myself,
“I am going to produce
a work of art.” I write it
because there is some
lie that I want to expose,
some fact to which
I want to draw attention,
and my initial concern
is to get a hearing.

—George Orwell

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Intuition makes us look at
unrelated facts and then think
about them until they can all
be brought under one law. . . .
Intuition is the father of new
knowledge, while empiricism is
nothing but an accumulation of
old knowledge. Intuition,
not intellect, is
the “open sesame” of yourself.

—Albert Einstein

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Get Your Book’s Audience Right

Get Your Book’s Audience Right

If you are someone with a message—whether for your business, nonprofit, ministry, agency, political candidate, speaker, journalist, etc.—something inside of you is probably telling you to write a book. And the truth of the matter is, writing a book is a powerful,...

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Don’t try to figure out what other
people want to hear from you;
figure out what you have to say.
It’s the one and only thing
you have to offer.

—Barbara Kingsolver

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Just you write the book you want to write and if you write it with enough passion and enough skill, maybe other people will want to read it too. 

—Emma Donoghue,
The 10-Minute Writer’s Workshop

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I hate to write.
I love having written.

—Dorothy Parker

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