Like seemingly everyone I know, I watched Ted Lasso last year. It’s an Apple TV series about an American football coach being appointed as a manager in real football—or soccer, as it’s also called.
But this isn’t a typical sports show. I’ve seen the premise of Ted described as simply “what if a…
“Never again.” – Neil Hughes, after writing one book… and before writing another book.
After winning four Olympic gold medals, Steve Redgrave famously said that if anyone found him close to a rowing boat again, they could shoot him.
Four years later, he won a fifth gold.
To my great surprise, I’ve written two books.
I rarely talk about my actual life on this site. So today, an update. In short, it’s fine. But, in long, there are two big projects to update you on:
Instead of my usual musing about anxiety & brains & life & things, today I’m going to answer some questions I got sent about how to write a book. Specifically, my correspondent wanted to know how to write a great non-fiction book. Before you say it… god knows why they came to me. I certainly…
I want the answer. The one, single answer which will solve all my problems.
I’m legitimately shocked.
I just wondered how far back my annual tradition for reviewing the year with awards went, so I looked it up…
And it turns out I’ve been handing out yearly awards since 2003. TWO THOUSAND AND THREE!