This is about the Lucidity of Love
This blog post is about the second book in my two-part series. I call it “The Lucidity of Love.” It continues the work I did in my first life story, memoirs or autobiography. The first book is “The Invisible Mitzvah,” the beginning of my ghostwriting memoirs. If these two books prove somewhat popular, I will write more such books.
Maybe, even if they do not sell. I’m intrigued and I’m writing my memoirs, life story or autobiography series. It’s good practice for a continuing career of editing your work into shape, and it keeps me thinking on my feet. I am considering mounting a marketing campaign for my memoirs, if I set aside the funds for it.
What is the Lucidity of Love without funding?
What can I say about this book? I’m still working on it, although I self published. I maintain all creative control over its process that way. I’m able to rewrite and republish it as I go. Rather than giving a traditional publisher all the rights, responsibilities and power over the publishing process. I’m publishing my memoirs series on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Smashwords, Kobo and a host of other Internet sites. Such as Apple Books and Google Books, where other people mostly make the money from them. One aspect of the lucidity of love is to realize other people are out there. In addition to this, they need to make money.
I’m okay on that, I have other income. From my husband, and from my career as a ghostwriter. So it is working out well enough for me. I’m not the greedy type, and nothing buys our love for each other. We go out whenever we want, and my life is deep, full and rich. Like a cup of excellent Starbucks coffee, like a suddenly clear warm Spring day. We drove out to Beacon Hill to the Filipino grocery today and had a ball. The lucidity of love is that my second husband and I know what love is. An attempt to remain alive until the end of time.
to work on your own wonderful memoirs.