Why Did I Start Writing?

I know you’re saying to yourself, “Didn’t she already writer one like this?” Not quite. The first one was why I write. Which, isn’t technically the same thing. How? I’ll get to that in a second.

Writing is unlike anything you could ever do. How? I’ll explain in a few easy ways. These are also why I started writing.

Reasons I Started To Write:

  1. It allows your imagination to be put onto paper. The imagination is a doorway. It allows you to step into a wonderful world where things may be different than they are in reality. It is an escape. Now, put your imagination into words. Wha-la! You have a story. It’s something you’ll never be able to describe to anyone. And if you really love it, you’ll never stop. ❤
  2. You’re stories never end. No, really. They never end. You have references to books you’ve written in other books. Like, Cody in The FBI Chronicles (a great teen book, by the why)? I put him in Tempest Runners. You’re stories will never die. Even if no one else gets the reference, you will.
  3. You know your characters. You know them better than your readers do. It’s an incredible thing. The relationship between author and character. 😎
  4. You’ll never do something so enjoyable. It’s fun to writer! It’s amazing. There’s no other kind of experience. To create a world and follow a character’s life step by step. It’s amazing.

These are only four reasons. If you have a reason, please chime in. 🙂

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