Like other authors, I have found it relatively difficult to write an interesting daily blog while simultaneously write a engaging, well researched book.
Why is it so hard to write a book and blog at the same time? Here are a few thoughts:
At a high level, blogs (definition of weblog):
Book writing, at least in my case, requires:
For these reasons, I'll be taking a six week break from blogging Brain Waves to focus on writing my forthcoming book, tentatively titled -- Brain Wave: Our Emerging Neurosociety. But instead of taking a "blog holiday" I decided to put together a group of exceptional guest bloggers to keep you informed, entertained and the Brain Waves momentum rolling.
The Brain Waves guest blogging network will include a week of blogging by the following individuals: Pat Kane, Steven Johnson, Paul Zak, Wrye Sententia and Richard Glen Boire, as well as a few others. More on each of them and the interesting topics they will cover tomorrow. (Thank you team!)