This is possibly the most significant work I’ve done to date. And it’s very definitely only the beginning of much, much more to come. …if you show your support!
Writing a book is something that is often romanticised and dreamed of. It’s said that everyone has a novel within themselves, and the notion of adding “Author” to one’s list of credentials is for many very alluring.
For those who do embark on the journey of writing a book, the motivation is different in almost every case. Indeed, some set off without the right amount of motivation required to successfully complete the writing process. Of course, many do cross the finish line and in a world where a large number of people have never read a book from cover to cover, they can proudly proclaim to have written one – a feat which is an order of magnitude greater – however commendable or poor the resulting manuscript might be.
For me, the motivation to write Portraits of Madagascar came unexpectedly and with little foreplanning. Like many others, I’d toyed with the idea…
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