Articles and Autumn


A few questions have arisen during this early autumn. There have been inquiries after new articles. Maybe this explains silence in this regard. I started writing the third and last part of The Essence of Music Business – series in the summer. It has taken an exceptional amount of time, even though writing has proceeded well. Because this is the final part of the series, I want to focus on its consitency. It should also be able to summarize the first two, but still provide new content. Maintaining such a thought structure is a full-time job. Writing a loose article on this topic is so difficult in the midst of everything that I haven’t been able to do. I do have material for those yes, but it is this structuring. When this finishing period is over, more articles are coming. When writing a book, it comes material that cannot be included in the book. Such texts on my computer can be found much. I find it important, however, the same consistency to bake these texts too. If I were to add them here, I would probably have to fix them later. There is also another reason. The fear of the writer is that the thought gets lost. So maybe it would happen if I focused on something else. Therefore the book goes ahead of the articles here.

The second question relates to the previous one. My release timetable may seem like causing difficulty of breathing – three books in less than two years. It would be so, but I started this job four years ago. It took its time before a large number of texts were given a functional structure and perspective that would be useful. When I came up with how things will be presented, the end has gone more easily.

An extraordinary number of lectures have been booked for the autumn. Also the publication of the second book keeps busy. That is one reason more why I cannot be active in the same way with articles. I hope you understand it. When those breaks come, I will add articles.

One thing that has been asked for is blogs. I have taken them into consideration:). It might be nice to tell about affiliations without actually switching to the subject itself. We’ll see.

Have a Nice Autumn Everyone,