Money isn't the only reason writers publish. There are other benefits. For instance, instant authority. Many writers use books as calling cards to get them higher paying work such as consulting, speaking, and client service work.
On another note, how do you access IPFS files in Brave? Your link isn't giving me access.
This was a timely piece, Tim. I've been thinking of ways to use NFTs for writing. I see a lot of talk about using them for digital art. Is there a platform or protocol that can used to turn a piece of writing into an NFT and sell it as a unique work of literary art?
Current payments models are about 10 years behind the technological ability to implement. An article published in Wired online two years ago asked rhetorically, “Shouldn’t we have seamless micropayments by now?”
Professional ghostwriter Laura Sherman says mid-range professional ghostwriters charge anywhere from $15,000 to $100,000 to ghostwrite a book. Top ghostwriting agencies like Gotham Ghostwriters and Scribe Writing start their pricing in the $30,000 to $35,000 range.
That’s where they start! And they go up from there.
When I set out…
It’s popular in our day to talk about God’s purpose in a very personal way. Thousands, perhaps millions, of Christians, semi-Christians, quasi-Christians, and nominal Christians are daily walking about searching for their purpose in life. Many of them are looking for God’s purpose for their life. Is this biblical?
I’m continuing with the Testing God series and have completed the second step in the process: Studying God where He is and has been. That step is fairly involved. If you’ve been keeping up, then you understand that it begins with the study of God’s Word, the Bible. …