Book review: ‘Keep Going’ by Austin Kleon

Ten ways to stay creative in good times and bad.

‘Keep Going’ by Austin Kleon

As with Austin Kleon’s previous book, Show Your Work, the subtitle says it all: Keep Going examines ten ways in which creative types can continue to be creative. Not as useful as its predecessor, I think, but perhaps one to return to when you feel you might have lost your mojo.

As with Show Your Work, I feel compelled to point out that Keep Going is rather expensive for such a short book.

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