Dream a Little Dream of Success!

The Method Writers project stands as more than just another novel. The Rogues Gallery Writers have committed and continue to commit, significant creativity, time, and effort into this book. As a writer, there are times when you know you’re onto something – something of value. Stepping into the creative flow of a novel and making it work has to be one of the coolest aspects writing has to offer. To do this in concert with three other writers begs the word incredible.

We’ve made some short films together. We’ve written the book. We’re now editing and rewriting the weak spots, polishing the manuscript for its launch. We’ve ‘cartoonized’ ourselves. We’re looking for big-time financial backing through http://www.kickstarter.com (more on that soon…).

My main objective here is to tell the world (or as much of the world as passes by this blog…) not to hang on to their dreams, but to pursue them. The idea for this novel was born in a writer’s mind, communicated over a few beers to the Rogues, and implemented over eight months of writing and meetings each week. You have a dream. You know you do. Give your dream a voice. Breath life into your dream through action. Enlist the help of all those who would support you. Reach out to the stranger who will find your efforts rewarding.

We (the Rogues) tell everyone that somewhere in the creative process of writing this book, we took on the persona’s of our characters. Not like a schizophrenic person per se,  but in little snippets of life. For instance, we would attempt to send emails to our characters rather than our real names, and wonder (for a moment) why the emails would come back undeliverable. Too much fun! We still have a long way to go. Our desire is that you will jump on board and help us in our quest to launch The Method Writers to the world. This is one of our dreams.

Dreams live while we live. Each and every one of us carries our own set of passions and desires. We take them to the grave either realized or not. Why not dare to put more into this world than the closed and private dreams you hold between your ears and in your heart. Sure, stepping out and chasing down your dream can feel like a risk. But step back and look at what you truly risk. You risk not taking your dream to the grave, but instead, sharing it with others.

When you take the time to mull that over with all its implications, isn’t it far worse to grip inaction as safe? Take a few steps toward fulfilling your innermost passion. Give it a whirl. You may find yourself in some wonderfully different situations and mind sets. Nothing less than your effort will bring the trek to your dreams into reality. Whether they pan out as you envisioned is not the point. The point becomes the fact that you took your passion, put thought and work toward creating it, and that alone is enough to give your life and soul a boost.

If you need someone to help you forward, ask. If you wish to follow our caravan to our dream to see how we do it, by all means, join in! Don’t put it off. Don’t get caught up in ‘some day’ thinking. Now is your moment. Now is the time. Every moment from the one in which you read this sentence is another moment for you to pursue your dreams. Revel in that knowledge. Delight that you still possess life. Your dreams for the duration of your life stand no further from you than this moment – now.

Dare to dream that little dream of success – and get to work crafting it for the world!

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About Michael Ray King

A five-time Royal Palm Literary Award-winning author of nine books, I also am a contributing author to four Rogues Gallery Writers books including - "Writing is Easy, More Writing is Easy, Fictitious Fiction," and the recently released, "The Method Writers." I'm the owner of MRK Publishing, a small press book publisher. I also teach seminars and webinars on how to write books and how to blog as well as consulting one-on-one with aspiring writers. View all posts by Michael Ray King

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