Wonderful thoughts on how to choose what we write and handling various thoughts during the process.
By: Marilyn L. Davis
“People are afraid to write books because they fear people will read them and find them worthless. Write as if nobody is going to read it and throw your work into the public dustbin. Somebody may find it and consider it a treasure.” ― Bangambiki Habyarimana, The Great Pearl of Wisdom
Why In The World Does Any Writer Take The Risks?
Writing is such a revealing profession. Our thoughts, feelings, and opinions are out there for public scrutiny. We bare our souls, flaws, and present our newly created piece to our readers. We’ve labored over the topic, titles, and typos. We’ve revised, rewritten, and taken the reader into account. We hope it’s entertaining, educating or enchanting; however, before we torment ourselves with the whole, many of us agonize over each word during the creation of the piece.
- Is it the right word?
- Have I conveyed my…
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