If you have a great idea for a book, but you don’t want to go about the traditional routes to get it published, there are still options. Maybe you've tried the traditional publishing routes and have only gotten bombarded with rejections. Or, maybe you simply want to get what you have to say in print and you aren’t concerned about hitting the bestseller list (although there have been self-published books that made it into the best sellers).
Whether or not you write at all, as a hobby or for a living, you’ve heard someone say, "Write what you know," at least once in your life. This is a great quip offering a great place to start for an inexperienced writer. However, if all you're ever doing is writing what you already know, how will you ever learn anything new?
I write for a living and I write for fun. When you write dozens of articles a week it can be hard to figure out what to write about and not repeat yourself. When you’re writing for yourself or only one client it can be easier to keep to a certain subject. However, when you write for multiple clients and your main focus is SEO as opposed to subject matter, sometimes it can be difficult to get focused and to stay focused. When you're compelled to write on numerous topics (or need to for work), how do you figure out where to put your focus?
If you've ever owned a cat, you know that they are great pets to have in your life. Unlike a dog, a cat doesn't need constant attention from their person, but they are still there for you when you need them. Pets, in general, are recommended to help people fight both depression and stress. Along with this issues we humans suffer from, here are some reasons cats can be a healthy addition to your family.