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I was asked to write a blog about the latest trends in mind, body, spirit publishing. It got me thinking, first about the word trends and then about our publishing program in general. Something in the word trends implies things that come and go, things — whether fashions or ideas or whatever — that are popular for a while and then fade a bit.
I wish everyone would just sit down and write something. I wish my parents, grandparents, and ancestors would have written down something about their lives. They would have left more of a legacy.
We’ve turned writing into something scary and challenging; we’ve turned so many forms of creativity into a big, important deal, when ultimately it’s all very simple: You just sit down and write something and see what happens. Or sing something or paint something or put on a show and see what happens. It’ll probably be more worthwhile than watching reruns on TV.
I was recently asked this question:
You often say you try to give away the essence of what you know every time you speak, including in interviews like this. What is the essence of what you know?\