The gaming industry is all about the new and shiny.
Games are made by a small number of highly skilled professionals, and they’re all very profitable.
They’re also extremely popular.
And that means you should write about them, right?
You should probably avoid writing about gaming because it’s too much work, and because there are plenty of other industries that are more profitable, too.
You can write about the other things you love, like cars or dogs, and you can write all the other stuff that’s boring and not important to your career.
(The industry, for example, has a good habit of making fun of itself for being boring, or for being stupid.)
So here’s a rule: Don’t write about things that aren’t important to you, and don’t write them about things you like.
Don’t do any of those things.
Here are 10 reasons why.1.
It’s just too much.
If you’re writing about the industry for any other purpose than to be profitable, the odds are good that you won’t be as profitable.
You’ll be writing about games that don’t interest you, that have nothing to do with your passions.
It makes no sense to write about games in a genre like fantasy or science fiction, where you know the author is an expert in his or her field.
(There are books about fantasy, but not books about science fiction.)
If you don’t want to write games, that’s OK too, because there’s nothing exciting or exciting about games.
You shouldn’t write for any of the other kinds of books.2.
There are tons of other types of writers out there.
Many of them aren’t professionals, either.
They may have just started writing or are currently working in a different field, or they may be working at a company they love that has no reason to bother with writing a game.
So if you want to get paid, it makes sense to try and find some other writing, or to write a different kind of book, or maybe even to write one for a different medium, but you can’t write the kind of games you’re interested in, or you’ll be a miserable writer.3.
It can be frustrating.
The process of writing about an industry is one of the most tedious parts of any job, and if you don`t know how to write in that sort of style, you’re going to be writing a lot of boring stuff.
And if you get discouraged when you find yourself in the middle of writing, it’s not going to make you a happier writer.4.
You won’t get any feedback.
There will be lots of articles about games, and lots of people will write about your game and write positive reviews.
That’s fine, but the reviews won’t have anything to do a lot with your writing.
(Or they’ll have to do much of the writing, and it’ll be boring.)5.
There’s a lot more to writing about than games.
A lot of the time, when you write about something else, you don<t know what it's about, how you're using it, or how it fits into the larger culture.
This can be a good thing, because you’re not trying to make money writing about a subject, and that’s an interesting place to start.
But don’t let this discourage you from writing about your hobby.
(If you have an interest in making a game, the writing can help you understand that a game is about games.)6.
You may not get any money for it.
I’m not talking about any royalties or anything like that.
If I was, I’d be writing books.
But if you’re making a movie, the money is coming from somewhere else.
(I’m talking about the filmmakers.)
You don’t need to make a lot, but a lot can be good.
And you don?t want to make too much money.7.
You might lose your job.
If the industry is in trouble, you may be fired, which isn’t necessarily bad.
But it can hurt your career and it can cause other people to lose jobs.
(Just ask the film industry.)
There’s no guarantee that your job will be back at the start of next year, and a lot depends on how quickly the industry recovers.8.
There aren’t many people in your field.
There may be more people interested in your work than you know.
This is true for any career.
If your passion is games, or if you just enjoy writing about them and they interest you and you think you can make some money writing them, then go for it, and maybe you’ll find your passion.
But keep in mind that you should be very careful about whether or not you’re actually interested in the job you want.
You probably shouldn’t be writing for games, because games don?
t appeal to you.
(And I don?ve heard many people say, “Yeah, I don’t like games, but I can