|Quote for the Week
“Write to please just one person. If you open a window and make love to the world, so to speak, your story will get pneumonia.” –Kurt Vonnegut
Focusing on one person when writing is useful because you can imagine yourself sitting across from him or her as you tell your story or describe your expertise. This person is often described as an “avatar.” According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, an avatar is “someone who represents a type of person, idea or quality.”
Whether you write fiction of nonfiction, keep your avatar at the forefront of your mind when creating your book.
Featured Realization Press Release on Tuesday, March 1
You Can Keep Your Parents at Home, Keep your Job and Life, Save Your Fortune and Sanity
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You Can Keep Your Parents At Home
You Can Keep Your Parents At Home by Margo Arrowsmith is a critical resource for those with aging parents. Relating her story of taking care of both aging parents, Margo shares strategies and vital information about how she moved through the experience and came out whole.
The book has been released as an e-book and re-released as a paperback by Realization Press.