I've been wondering, recently, what you are getting out of the process of crowd-funding my book.
You might say, "The book, stupid!" But I have always found it helpful to try to enjoy the process as much as the end result. The "journey", as much as "the destination".
Speaking for myself, I'm enjoying the journey a lot, despite (or possibly because of) the odd wobble. But what's in it for you? Any thoughts? (I'm mad keen on thoughts.)
Some time ago, my friend Sanky, who advises lots of brilliant people on very important projects, met me for lunch. I mentioned my Queen Anne project, and Sanky suggested I make a list of “abstracts” – a list of things a reader might find most compelling about it. I drew up this list:
Spies and spying
The fear of being all washed-up
Chronic health problems
Anything in there for you?
Please let me know, because as well as thoughts, I'm mad keen on interaction. If you don't want to interact - that's fine! But if you have even the slightest interest in steering my crowd-funding - telling me what you like, what you might like a bit more of, or less - that would be ace.
It's entirely up to you.
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