I, Driven: memoir of involuntary commitment
Procrastination is opportunity's assassin.Yesterday, I vowed to get my memoir ready for publication. I have been procrastinating far too long on this project, and I'm not getting any younger.--Victor Kiam
I have concluded that it was time to stop whining about situations for which I have little or no control and start working on those things that I can manage. Now I have finally figured out my status in my family's food chain, I figure it's time to branch out and move in a different direction--by starting right where I am right now.
I'm 99.9% certain that I will be self-publishing my memoir. I'm not a celebrity, so traditional publishers are less likely to be interested in my personal history--at least that's the message I have received so far.
The good news: self-publishing is becoming more acceptable and even fashionable as traditional publishers founder in their old publishing models.
So my daily posts here will be short for a time.