Below is a list of books that have been published, in the process of being published, or in the process of being written.
Every product or service, commercial or otherwise, has a brand identity. And every business entity behind the said products or services also has their own brand identity too. It’s innate to every individually identifiable product, service, business entity, or even person. It’s what we humans use to differentiate one from the other.
And before you ask, no, you can’t choose not to have a brand. Every entity will have a brand identity, whether you actively curate one yourself, or let it develop organically. But allowing it to develop organically leaves you with no control over how it might eventually turn out. It’s like when you’re actively choosing not to choose. You’ll likely end up with an unwieldy field of weeds, rather than a neatly manicured lawn.
Your brand identity is like your fingerprint. But unlike your fingerprint, you can curate your brand identity to project an image that you actually want others to know. So why take the chance, when you can learn how to control it yourself?
Everybody can write in an attractive way. So why then are so many short stories, blog posts, and even books, so difficult to finish reading? Two or three paragraphs in, and you find it hard to read any further.
The Espoletta Writing System is just one of the countless schools of thought that advocates good writing. So what makes this writing system different from the rest of the other more established writing systems?
TEWS takes on the perspective of the readers, not the writers. This departure from the more common approach of the established writing formats forces writers to rethink how they write. How else will you know if your readers truly find your writing easy to read in the first place?