Seth Godin, marketing maven and prolific author, and I guy I admire because he never seems to run out of ideas and he’s always willing to experiment. He’s also quick to let go of ideas that don’t work.
Today he has a post on his blog today called Q&A: The writing process.
It’s one of his typical quick reads that’s pure Seth. For example, he says, “I confess to not having a process.” And he goes on to describe several different processes he’s used for several different books.
He also speaks pure truth when, later on in the essay, he says, “At one level, every author writes for himself.”
And that’s more than enough out of me. Go read his essay – you can comment on it here. If you haven’t subscribed to Seth, I strongly suggest you do so.
He sends many gems.
Your turn now – are you familiar with Seth Godin? Tell us why you like him or don’t and what you thought of his essay on the writing process. Does it sound familiar?
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