I started with my first book back in 1972 and just kept on adding a book here and there and as the years rolled by I became a book publisher. I had no formal training and actually flunked English and math in school, but this did not stop me for I did not really know what success was for I was a failure most all of my life.
Then, suddenly, I look around and notice that I am not working for a living anymore. I have nice things and in need of nothing. In my case, success came as a wonderful surprise.
My advice to writers is to write your book, stage play or movie script and write some more, but do explore other avenues of writing for your success may likely come from those other sources.
I now write "how-to" books on fixing motorcycles and Christian books. What is next? I do not yet know.
I could have done a better shooting log, print it and put it in spiral binder "which is what I ended up doing". It's a paperback that doesn't open up very well and not suited for work as a log on the field. The information is standard. I haven't used it yet. I'm using the one I made.
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