Authors burn the midnight oil, sacrifice their backs, forget to shower, drink copious amounts of coffee, leave the garbage sitting in the hallway and probably aggravate the hell out of their spouses sometimes who insist that it is time to walk away from the computer and take a break. Authors are driven, they are inspired, they have a world inside of them that they want the world outside to read about.
Sometimes, when sales falter or it seems as if no one is paying attention, one can forget that probably every day, your book or books, the words you spun, are influencing someone’s life, somewhere.
Homer, the famous Greek Poet, who wrote the Illiad and The Odyssey somewhere in the 7th century BC – long before Rome existed, before Christ, before Shakespeare, and certainly before anything contemporary, nearly two thousand years after he penned that epic tale, his words are…
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