By Paul McCaffrey | 18 December 2017 12:50:37If you’re a writer, you have to be good at telling the truth, honest about the people you’re writing about, and fair to the other side.
But what if you’re not a journalist, and you’re also a self-published author?
What if you just want to read a book?
Well, if you’ve got a book out on the market, you’re going to have to prove that you’re telling the real story, and that you’ve read the book before you published it.
That’s where you need to do a bit of legwork.
I’m talking about reading your book, researching it, and actually writing about it.
You need to be able to read it, read the source material, research it, research and write about it, all while being able to make a living writing about books.
There’s no substitute for being honest.
I mean, we all make mistakes in life, and in the book business there are so many opportunities for you to make mistakes, but if you do, you’ve probably got some great advice for you and for your future self-publishing career.
I’m a self published author, so I’m not a lawyer, and I’m a lawyer who has been doing this for 20 years.
But I’ve got to tell you, you can’t go on a book tour and be honest about your book.
You can’t say, “Look, I’m an aspiring author who wants to write a book and I just want a bit more publicity for it”.
You can’t do that.
You have to tell the truth.
And you have the chance to be as honest as you can about it with your readers, with the press and with yourself.
In my own book, I spent some time researching the subject matter, and the information I had was from sources that were very, very, close to me, and very close to my own career.
The information I could find was all very credible.
And, as I was researching it and reading the book, you just had to read the article, and then you had to write about that information.
You had to make sure it was accurate, that it was credible, and it was done in a way that wasn’t going to be embarrassing to you or anyone else.
So I put in a lot of work, and went out there and researched, and researched and researched.
And then I got the book out, and published it and read the whole thing.
And it’s so important to be honest with yourself about what you want to do, what you’re passionate about, what’s the most important thing you want people to understand about you, and what your values are.
And you have no idea who you’re dealing with, and there’s no way to be completely honest with someone if you don’t know who they are.
But, of course, you don-t want to write something that’s going to hurt your credibility, or your reputation, and your future career.
You don’t want to tell your readers something they don’t already know, because it’s just not going to work.
But you also have to have the courage to tell it honestly, to be open with yourself, and to admit mistakes.
You just have to write your book without any fear of making a mistake.
I hope that helps.