Chase your dreams!

That’s a whole lot of edits for one day!

I’ve been killing myself today, working on some edits for one of my books. (Look at that pic over there! lol) This is something I’ve spent probably the last month or two on.

A question you might ask yourself is what have you done to chase your dreams? Either today or this week?

Fortune is not something that just happens to us. We have to chase our dreams. We have to work hard on them.

I’m literally re-editing Sold Out, my first book that I published in 2012. I had worked on for ten years prior to publishing it. I’ve re-edited the entire thing probably five or six times since. And I’ve literally reprinted the entire thing out in paper version and I’m doing some re-writes and pretty serious revisions on it.

This is in preparation for Book 5 of the series, which I’ve started. But it’s also because I know I’ve grown as a writer and the new me is WAY better than the old me.

But more than anything else, it’s because I haven’t reached my dreams. I’m guessing you probably haven’t either.

Let’s work hard, people, and get after them! We can achieve our dreams if we just believe in them, work hard, and never give up!

More chi! Train harder!

Stan R. Mitchell

P.S. Please accept the greatest gift I can give, a book I believe to be worth $10,000.

Stan R. Mitchell, author and prior Marine, is best known for his Nick Woods Marine Sniper series, which remained in the Top 100 on Amazon for more than three years. The series was also picked up by for a multi-book audio deal. Additional works include a detective seriesprivate investigator seriesWestern thriller, and World War II story. Learn more at

2 thoughts on “Chase your dreams!

  1. Super happy your still cranking things out and even more super happy that your making book #1 right. That is the launching pad and it must work but you already know that. Keep smiling and wear safety goggles because I feel that your about to crack through the glass ceiling.


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    1. Wow, Rob!!! Thanks for saying that! We clearly share the same view about Book 1! I want it as perfect as possible, so even more people will jump into the series! (No point in making Book 5 a 10 if Book 1 is an 8.)


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