Over the course of a few months and conversations with several people, I realized I needed to add additional resources to Write Right. I have a couple of posters about how to survive the writing life, but they aren’t sufficient nor are they necessarily something that someone new to Write Right might enjoy. Thus, I went down the e-book path. I deliberated between a few ideas and finally settled upon one: principles of effective communication.
I initially tried to keep the number of principles at ten, but I couldn’t do it. My e-book, then, consists of eleven principles. No matter how I edited the thing or tried to convince myself that some of the principles were too similar to each other, I couldn’t persuade myself to delete one of the principles. Perhaps I should have been a harsher editor with my own work. Perhaps I should let the work rest and quit worrying about the thing.
I suppose that’s what I’m doing by offering the e-book to anyone who would like to have a copy. It’s easy to gain one; subscribe to the monthly e-letter, and you become one of the lucky few to receive the first Write Right e-book. If you already are a subscriber, you received your advance copy yesterday (Advance copies and notifications of upcoming events are a perk of being an e-letter subscriber.).