In my recent newsletter, which posted today on my website, http://www.nadinelamanbooks.com/, I wrote about the 24-hour day quote I often use.
It is quite simple to me that we have the same length of day as do the people we admire, our heroes in history and those around us in our daily lives.
My kids grew up hearing this. (Yes, they still talk to me!)
It isn't meant to do anything other than to inspire people, myself included, to think. Nothing is impossible if we truly want to achieve it.
It is unlikely and certainly unusual that someone as dyslexic as me would write a novel. Much less that I would write three, and they are fairly well received books. Even more unlikely is that a dyslexic person, the class dummy who was sometimes put in the re-tard class, would start a publishing company.
But I did that too. The debut book is at the printer. It will carry a publishing date of November 1, 2010. For those who know these things, that is a holy day in my religion. (It just worked out that way, but I think it is a good thing.)
The debut novel is The Doctor, The Plutocrat, and The Mendacious Minister, by Glyn Pope.
I hear a lot of people say they want to write a novel, and some even start, but it is never done. I don't know what they're waiting for. My blog and hundreds of others tell how to write. There are probably thousands of books and courses on writing well. (Yes, it is more than taking a grammar class ~ sorry.)
So the point is, quit talking and start doing (didn't Yoda say that in StarWars?).
Nadine Laman http://www.cactusrainpublishing.com/