SSP083 Continuous Evolution

Indie publishing changes fast. Even after a decade, there are weekly changes in the market, forcing you to pivot or crash into the next algorithmic wall. But there’s a line an intelligent pivot and trend-chasing. Balancing what’s worth pursuing and what’s worth letting go can be difficult without a clear compass to guide our actions. In today’s episode, we talk about our struggles with the sunk cost fallacy and one major change in the company we’ve recently made.

There is a storyteller in you. And it’s time you started listening. My name is Ninie Hammon and I’m 72 years old. I started writing my first book when I was 58. Too late? Nonsense. It’s time to stop thinking about who you were before and consider who you can be right now. It’s time to become a storyteller: https://sterlingandstone.net/mygeneration

In 15-Minute Dictation, Platt and Silver show you how to adjust your approach to dictation to leave behind frustrating starts and stops and finally be able to produce more books in less time: https://sterlingandstone.net/book/15-minute-dictation/

This is a book about how Dave understands darkness, its place in story, and how I make dark fiction that people enjoy reading. And, at its heart, this book isn’t just about the dark, but also the light. And in our darkest times, it’s more important than ever that we hold onto the light. But first, we must be willing to explore the darkness: https://sterlingandstone.net/book/into-the-darkness/

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