I think deep down inside us we all have a little bit of being a writer inside. If you’ve ever day dreamed or made up stories and played them out as a kid, you are a writer of sorts. The only difference is you didn’t write them down. Whereas those that call themselves writers do.
I love being a writer. I never thought I’d be one. I remember when I would be reading a book thinking about how much fun it would be to write a story myself. I had absolutely no confidence that I’d be any good. I’m glad I was able to prove myself wrong.
Writing brings such freedom and creativity I’d never experienced before. It’s simply wonderful.
Are there ever any? I kind of think about when a husband and wife decide they want to start having children but then they wait. To have enough money, but there never seems to be enough. To have the right job, but never seem to find it. To get that…
As writers it does take a certain type of person who doesn't mind sitting by themselves diving deep into the recesses of their minds as they write or type out onto the page lines for their story. You can't be in an office work space surrounded by people who constantly…
I’ve enjoyed your posts and your persistence. I only get one post out a week. I can still remember making up stories when I was a little girl, but my first written story, at age 12, was a grown up romance.
Mommy's Angel In Heaven says
Thank you Elaine. For me this year long writing journey has already been so rewarding. I’ve been dedicated more than ever to my daughter’s site. Not that I wasn’t before. It’s just when I first started this site I needed, not wanted, but needed to have an outlet for me to cronicle my grief journey. It helped me to get through the hardest time of my life and I feel blessed to have it. But just like in all things in life they constantly are changing and growing, so has this website. I will always write about my daughter but I’m also able to share my writing journey and how it will always lead back to losing my daughter. God has blessed me in so many ways with writing being one of them. I can remember hours of playing and making things up but the only thing I ever wrote were journal entries. Now, I write books. I just love it.