out in the wild

I managed to finish writing a small book that I’ll made opensource later this month (I hope) and so my first idea was to share it with some close friends to see how they reacted.

One of them kindly replied with some concerns and what I realized is that I made a big mistake. His concerns had some valid points but the reason he was showing them didn’t come from the contents. It was connected to the order of chapters, one thing I totally missed while writing.

This is the beauty of putting things out in the wild. You learn what works and what not. You fail, but you also get to play another round.

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