Sunday, June 1st marked the launch of my first book, Pinterest Tutorial. Although the learning curve was respectable but not horrible, the road was certainly longer than I had planned for. The book is a collection of updated tutorials, the addition of mobile notes and a ton of experience.
I am fortunate to be good friends with a few writers and journalists who gave guidance and moral support along the way. This is the Pinterest account of a best friend:
She has a degree in theatre, is a very talented with visual layout, and a creative writer. She is the closet writer I talk about in the book. Fortunately, she does not read this blog, because she’d kill me if she knew I posted the link to her Pinterest account. (I crack myself up!)
I found out, once again, who my real friends really are. It hasn’t changed much except for a few additions. I read Guy Kawasaki’s book, APE: Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur-How to Publish a Book, which is an incredibly pragmatic, easy-to-read resource loaded with super useful advice for any wannabe author. Pinterest Tutorial is free today. There will be other free days too, in accordance with Amazon’s promotion policies.
For anyone who ever wanted to try their hand at writing (work their brain, test their patience, and tax their relationships) give writing a chance. It is easier than you think!
As always, thank you for reading!