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Lucky (to Write) Every Day

Lucky (to Write) Every Day

It doesn’t take energy, it provides energy.

It’s not a push, it’s a pull.

Wow. 2,000 posts in 2,000 days. Some might say, “Wow, awesome!” or “That’s insane!” or even “Don’t you have anything better to do?”

I would answer, “Yes, it’s awesome, yes, I’m insane (but in a good way), and yes, I have better things to do.

The better thing I have to do is to write a better post tomorrow. Better than the one I wrote today. To make the next book better than the last. To start a new series with new characters, to start a new podcast (oops, did that last week).

To keep on living the dream that I have created for myself and to make it better with each and every single day.

This maybe sounds silly by now, but I need to create a new post where I’ll keep posts 2,001 to 3,000 and it has to have a title. I already have:

  1. Write Every Day
  2. Keep Writing Every Day

Every Single Day, I type into my browser address bar “keep … ” and this page comes up. Then I edit it, yes, manually, and add today’s post and make a link.

If I think about how I feel about writing every day, here are a few words that come to mind:

  • Lucky
  • Thankful
  • Grateful
  • Blessed
  • Fortunate
  • Allowed
  • Privileged
  • Living my Dream
  • Mexican Fisherman

Although I’m not a big fan of the word “luck” I do like it and believe that luck is created and not so much found on the street corner. If I think about what word I’d like to type into the address bar of my browser bar every day, it’s a fun one. I’m into fun. I’m into light. I’m going with Lucky.

Here we go.

  1. Lucky (to Write) Every Day (Mar 21)
  2. TT59: If a thing has served its purpose, can you bid it farewell? (Mar 22)
  3. The Secret of Kite Hill audiobook is (finally) live! (Mar 23)
  4. Das Geheimnis von Kite Hill ist fast hier! (Mar 24)
  5. The Power of Eight (Mar 25)
  6. “There’s a spark within me that has been relit.” (Mar 26)
  7. Are you a gardener or a mortician? (Mar 27)
  8. Amazon (Audible) Kindle Whispersync for Voice (Mar 28)
  9. Every Single Day audiobook is on its way! (Mar 29)
  10. LiaBraThoCha: Do you listen to the voices that come to you in the silence of the deep morning? (Mar 30)
  11. Amazon, Wattpad, Instafreebie, BookFunnel, Goodreads … where’s the best place to find new readers? (Mar 31)
  12. Youx (Apr 1)
  13. Youx Cubed (Apr 2)
  14. What if you had dreams. Then you achieved them. Then you went beyond them. Now what? (Apr 3)
  15. Oops, my own podcast is playing on my Sonos speakers in my living room. (Apr 4)
  16. Pick up the phone. Step out of the house. Make the connection. (Apr 5)
  17. A day without writing is like … night. (Apr 6)
  18. Worse Together (Apr 7)
  19. (Not So) Quiet Before the Storm (Apr 8)
  20. This creative relationship is a two-way street. (Apr 9)
  21. Just a little more pain for a lot more freedom. (Apr 10)
  22. Every Single Day: Weight Loss (Apr 11)
  23. If you change just one person, do you make a tiny change in the world? (Apr 12)
  24. I just submitted “Every Single Day” to IngramSpark! (Apr 13)
  25. Victoria? I’m sorry, but I’ve met someone else. Her name is Morena. (Apr 14)
  26. Lucky Writing Socks (and how to build a prosperous partnership) (Apr 15)
  27. Book Cover Research for Top 10 Teen & Young Adult Fantasy & Supernatural Mystery eBooks (Apr 16)
  28. Florence (Apr 17)
  29. Don’t leave me near the “upload to Amazon” button … (Apr 18)
  30. What does “The Blank Page” mean to you? (Apr 19)
  31. Who wants to play? (Apr 20)
  32. There’s no substitute for just doing it. Publishing with IngramSpark and Amazon. (Apr 21)
  33. Why my “Every Single Day” book as audiobook is even more exciting than the print or ebook. (Apr 22)
  34. Why the “Follow” button for Amazon authors is important–and how Giveaways can make them work. (Apr 23)
  35. Driehoek (Apr 24)
  36. Escape the “comfortable” and arrive at a “freedom from decision making.” (Apr 25)

About The Author


I don't like to call them excuses. They're priorities. With a handful of exceptions, we usually have a choice in our actions. They just need to be prioritized.

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