Evaluating Your Book Idea

In the beginning, is a message.

You have something to say. A message that wants to get out of you. That needs to get out of you or else it will keep you up every night and drive you crazy.

At some point, the idea occurs to you like a voice from heaven, “I should write a book.” It’s a terrifying, wildly unreasonable idea. Your identity is bent out of shape just thinking about it.

Could I be a writer? Could my writing be published for others to read? And most outrageous of all, could I get paid to do that writing?

Learn more

This post is for
paying subscribers

Subscribe →

Or, login.

Read this next:

Praxis

P.A.R.A. Part 2 — Just-In-Time Organization

Resurfacing Tiago’s in-depth P.A.R.A series

20 🔒 Aug 15, 2020 by Tiago Forte

Praxis

PARA Part 2: Operations Manual

Last month I published The P.A.R.A. Method: A Universal System for Organizing Digital Information. It describes a simple, lightweight, yet e

13 🔒 Mar 19, 2017 by Tiago Forte

Praxis

The PARA Method: A Universal System for Organizing Digital Information

Imagine for a moment the perfect organizational system.

13 🔒 Feb 9, 2017 by Tiago Forte

Praxis

The Personal Narrative Vision

In my previous article on how I perform my Annual Review, I briefly discussed the Personal Narrative Vision (PNV) exercise. I’ve developed t

0 🔒 Sep 2, 2018 by Tiago Forte

Praxis

The Structure of Information Revolutions

In 1962, philosopher Thomas Kuhn published his landmark work The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, forever changing our view of the histo

0 🔒 Dec 10, 2018 by Tiago Forte

Thanks for reading Every!

Sign up for our daily email featuring the most interesting thinking (and thinkers) in tech.

Subscribe

Already a subscriber? Login