Follow your Instincts

posted Aug 25, 2015, 6:43 AM by David Alan Binder   [ updated May 16, 2016, 7:05 AM ]
Follow Your Instincts
 
Follow your instincts, Dear Writers!  You know good stuff when you see it, right?  Right!  You understand so much information and data and are able to grasp so much more than basics on a myriad of subjects.
 
Do you know everything?  Of course not!  With your brainpower and ideas and my encouragement and Write Coaching we can do anything including taking that idea, manuscript, book, novel, even a kernel of something and turn it into a masterpiece.
Have faith in yourself since you know what products that you love and use and get good results from.  You also know that quality has a price point.  (My Write Coaching has no price as of this time however.)
 
The same with a good story or idea; however, always look up that idea / concept and ensure there is not already a book like it already on the market.  Once I had an idea of a juror that single handedly held a court hostage, so to speak, by basically derailing the process.  There is a book already and the name of it is “the Runaway Jury” by John Grisham.
 
This is another example that we all have to perform due diligence by researching and ensuring we have not hijacked someone else’s idea.
 
You have good instincts and ideas and we can capitalize and further your objectives by working together.
 
Contact me at ab3ring at juno dot com or dalanbinder at gmail dot com
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