Re writing a book in a week I love writing books. The days sat in a coffee shop, my email turned off, my headphones on, my finger dancing over the ...
Happy December. This is the last post of the year. It was supposed to be the last post in the series, but as you know, if you’ve been following this ...
Hi, my name is James and I am a regenerative practitioner. You may think this is an odd way to start the 11th blog post on writing a book on ...
When I was a practicing engineer I would submit reports and drawings for review. Each time they would come back covered in red pen. I would then go through making ...
A few years back I decided to run 1000 miles in a year. I created a spreadsheet. Logged every run. And it was going amazingly until July/August. I am not ...
It’s August. The month of time off, promised writing time, and when I imagined we would finish the book. First of all, an apology – today is my first day ...
This week has been a first for me. I went on a future walk. Participants joined me as we walked around in 2050! We didn’t use a time machine, just ...
Hi all. For this month’s post I thought I would try and capture my progress over 4 weeks. You will see from the below that this is only 10 days ...
If April was about not giving up, May is about throwing in the towel. I’m done. Now let’s be clear, I’m not done with writing a book in a year, ...
It’s just happened again. Someone asks me what I’m working on and I explain that I’m writing a book about regenerative design. The inevitable next two questions come: First, what ...
So, now the job of writing a book proposal is done. The next job is to actually write it. One might imagine that this involves sitting down and writing a ...
So, you want to write a book. And so, it’s time to put pen to paper and get writing. Right? Wrong! Before you write the book you need to find ...
Looking at successes and rejections This post is about James' previous book proposals – because when we write our new proposal we come with a history (hopefully mostly good) and ...