I’m reading Moby Dick – for the second time – which I’m pretty sure will help you label me as either really nerdy, or trying too hard to act intelligent. It’s probably some of both.
If there was ever an example of something creative that is also TOTALLY EPIC, it’s Moby Dick. The book is about 1,313 pages and 212,758 words, which by itself is pretty epic, but truly epic is the story itself. What Herman Melville wrote; the content, provides us with several lessons on what it takes to create something truly epic.
So here’s what it takes to go pro-EPIC: