The MYSTERY BOOK draft is up to 14,936 words, so I wanted to share this excerpt from the beginning of Chapter 7 and, like, explain its secrets.
This isn’t a book about smartphones. I mean, yeah, there are some tips and tricks to help you optimize your smartphone use, one of which I wrote up in Lifehacker last week, but Nir Eyal’s Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life isn’t really about why phones are bad or why the…
On refunds, errands, and habits.
Work-life balance for creative people is more like work-work-life.
The fun thing about writing a novel about an absolutely amateur sleuth is that my protagonist and I get to learn things at the exact same time.
Although Day In, Day Out is primarily designed for small business owners, many of its insights might resonate with a larger group of readers.
This post either raves about Exist or complains about Fitbit. (Or both!)
On trains, planes, buses, and parking spots.
So I wanted to show you the differences between the first seven sentences of A Coincidence of Doors and this new novel I am drafting, which we’ll just call MYSTERY BOOK for now.