In this episode, we talk about the book we're publishing on December 14th, and a little behind the scenes on the process of making this book happen, and some of the tools we used to write and create the book. We're both thrilled to be finally releasing the Dead by Tomorrow work, and as the Amazon subtitle says, the simplest way to think of what it entails is "How to Practice the Art of Today." A side-note: if you're looking to help or support our podcast or book, we don't want your money.
Please, tell a few hundred friends about the show and release. Send them links to episodes you thought were interesting, or just link them to Amazon. Help us generate more reviews on this, as it's the only way we can grow.
P.S. We also don't mind you checking out the book on Goodreads at https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/55883827-dead-by-tomorrow
Daniel has spun up his own website now that he's a father, woodworker, and author. Check out what he's got going on over there, and get some deeper, behind the scenes looks at what he's been up to in his life. Give it a subscribe if you want to keep up to date! (Andrew's favorite post so far has been Becoming and Author)
The book is here! Or at least it sort of is.
"Fix it. Remember that, sooner or later, before it ever reaches perfection, you will have to let it go and move on and start to write the next thing. Perfection is like chasing the horizon. Keep moving." -Neil Gaiman
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Shout out to Derek Porterfield on this one, and congrats on your new book!Vellum is incredible- it took the process of uploading a kindle and paperback version of manuscripts from a couple weeks of frustration to less than a day. If you want to publish a book, this is some amazing software.Andrew's First Book, A Leaf and Pebble
Magic, swords, bromance, and a couple of airships. What more do you need to know?