First of all, I want to apologise for my absence in the past six months. The Salaazy project is not dead. Neither am I.
Being a personal development coach requires me to go into myself regularly so I can fix my own issues first before I try to help you fix yours.
When I started planning and actually creating my website I was naturally high and full of energy. I liked what I was doing. I was writing. And in December 2012 I understood that writing is (and always was) my true passion. So I wrote.
I created a novel in December and published it in January. Since then I’ve been doing marketing. I’m already planning a second novel which I intend to start in a few days so that I can self-publish it in May 2013.
I’m happy with my “decision” to “comply” to what my heart told me.
But I didn’t feel I had enough time to go on with salaazy.com since December 2012. I want to serve only the best articles. The articles that I would have published probably would not have met my high standards. So I decided the Salaazy project had to rest a bit.
I’m very happy that I’ve already managed to attract a lot of people surfing the very same wave as I do.
Anyway, my original “game plan” was to publish a couple of articles per week and as you can see by looking into my archives I didn’t follow suit for very long.
I know now that I was planning far too strictly, putting a noose around my neck until I couldn’t breathe anymore.
Today I understand how it works. I’m now able to do both things. I will continue this blog so that you – my readers – can grow with me. And I will pursue my career as an author.
PS: Please understand that I’m not able to disclose my pseudonyms yet since I’m still learning to play this funny self-publishing game. I feel much more comfortable with that right now. Besides, my novels are written in German and my blog articles are written in English, so I’m attracting a totally different audience I suppose.
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