Becoming A Writer

This is exactly what I wish other writers would realize! As writers we give a part of ourselves, we are our writing, we know who we are, so why wait, tell people!!! Even if you don’t share it with them, know that it’s yours and you can tell it when or how you want! Don’t wait for genius to hit, don’t fan pander, just be a writer! This is a beautiful post!

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The Perks of Being a Writer


Love what you do and do what you love.

I’ve been a writer for years. It’s what I’ve always wanted to do; in some ways it’s what I’ve always known I’m meant to do.

Writing soothes my heart. It brings out the best in me. I couldn’t be happier knowing that people are reading my poetry, and articles on WordPress.

I love getting “my stuff” acknowledged. It energizes and motivates me.  But even more important to me is that I’ve enjoyed so much writing them.

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