I agree with Penelope that Hugh's advice about forcing yourself to write until the end rather than polishing as you go is very good advice indeed. Whenever I stop to review and/or revise whatever I'm working on takes much longer than it should.
The following is a highly edited and altered excerpt from an introduction to my new ebook, Finding the Future of Digital Book Publishing, synthesized with excerpts and ideas from another introduction to the ebook by Forrester principal analyst...
Who doesn't need an extra oomph now and again? I know I do and here are 11 articles offering to do just that. Hope one of them proves of value to you someday. I especially like quotes from authors but found many other pops of inspiration within the list.
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