Creative, Inc. by Meg Mateo Ilasco and Joy Deangdeelert Cho

Creative, Inc. by Meg Mateo Ilasco and Joy Deangdeelert Cho: I only got about halfway through this book, but not because it’s bad – it’s just not relevant to my life. I’m sure the freelancing advice is excellent, but most of the interviews are with photographers, graphic designers, and illustrators, fields I know (and care) next to nothing about. Don’t get me wrong: the writing is friendly and the content is organized well. I just don’t particularly enjoy reading books about business management, even those tailored to artsy people. Simply put, I am not a member of this book’s target audience.

Also posted on BookCrossing.

  1. Thanks for hopping by my blog! I’m returning the follow! Looks like you’re just getting started.
    I can see why you wouldn’t be able to relate to the book. While I love taking photos, I can’t say I’m into graphic design and photography enough to relax, curl up and read about it!

    Have a great week!

    • Hi! I’m only getting started in terms of Google Friend Connect – I just finally caved and got an account today. I’ve been blogging since 2003. :)

      Thanks for visiting!

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