Mid Life Celebration

Go Read More Books, That Ought To Do The Trick

Something like 180,000 new books published every year

How many books, eBooks, articles and workshops have been dedicated to midlife self-improvement? How many in midlife actually self-improve? And I mean in a significantly balanced way. How many do you know?

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Are You?

Old Enough To Read, But Not Old Enough To Remember How To Wash Hands?

Old Enough To Read, But Not Old Enough To Remember How To Wash Hands?

Things that make you go, “Hmmmm”.

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Nine Months Later

Eight Posts Yesterday


Blah, blah, blah, right?

The Internet’s only Five-a-Day Blogger”…..

It started as a 100-day challenge to become a better writer, after a Father told his young son, “If you want to be a better reader, you should read a lot.”

So what happens yesterday?  Not five daily blogs, but eight.

Recently, had a discussion and we talked about the future of books:

  • Books will be relics on display in Museums
  • eBooks will dominate
  • Kindle will destroy the publishing industry
  • The publishing industry will watch it happen
  • Librarians will lose their jobs
  • Unless they become Cybrarians
  • There were 177,000 books published last year
  • People think it’s hard to write a book
  • Authors think their book will sell many copies
  • Barnes & Noble will go out of business eventually
  • People get ready (Bob Marley reference)

“Books” will be written one day at a time. In public, for the public.

Books will be free.  Writers will be poor. And writers will come to realize that there are far too many choices.

A whole new paradigm is being created.

One page per day, almost like reality TV.  People will read blogs, and over time, they will have “read a book” and not even know it.

Eventually, this new paradigm will give way to the next.