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Ten Lessons Learned From Publishing My Second Book

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1) You can’t write a book without a deadline.

This is primarily true with all projects, but with books, it is gospel. A book tends to get out of your hands and become a monster. Expect your brain to rebel too. It would want to do everything else but work on the book. The only way to finish a book is to hire an editor who has pre-charged you for…




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Neera Mahajan

Neera Mahajan

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