Back when I published Fuck Should, I also published a blog post explaining why I wrote it. A large part of why I wrote it surrounds advice given and how you assess its value and apply it to yourself.
Why I Wrote The Secret Ingredient Of
In a change of pace, I thought I’d also publish a post on why I wrote The Secret Ingredient Of. This one is much, much simpler:
I wrote The Secret Ingredient Of because your “why” doesn’t have to be serious. Your why can be to entertain.
6 Replies to “Why I Wrote The Secret Ingredient Of”
I love that cover. It reminds me that every dish (well, nearly every dish) can be improved by a dash of lemon. And yes, your why doesn’t need to be serious – it just needs to be yours.
It’s the first cover I’ve DIY’d and actually liked 🙂
That cover is ace! And yes, your why should be whatever you want it to be as long as it’s younique!
You are always coming at us with new and very interesting ideas and words and covers!!
Good on you, I like that you challenge us too.
Thanks so much for linking up for #lifethisweek. I am always grateful to see your blog post there. Next week my guest poster is ready to comment…I have done one training session with him…and I will be there too. Cheers, Denyse.
My next challenge is to make my next book cover as good at this one; with little in the way of design skills, it will be a challenge for sure.