I thought writing was simple: tell a good story, weave in some believable dialog and off you go… I wish.
I have leaned writing is beyond a simple task—it is far beyond a hobby (at least for me) the more you take it serious, the more you realize it’s a second job you don’t get paid for… unless you actually succeed in that job.
My blog commenter’s have helped more than I ever thought possible. Before I started this blog, it was my against the world... now I have you, and I'm amaze me with your insight. So I say thx for all you do for me--and I am sure for others.
If you want a solid blog follower, just click on the people who leave comments here, they are awesome followers and full of wonderful advice.
I know I can write, I know I can make it, I know without a doubt I have what it takes… I just didn’t realize how damn hard it was going to be. The only doubt I have now is: am I willing to do what it takes to see it through—am I willing to work this hard in the possibility it doesn’t happen.
I inevitably come to conclusion (as I am sure you all do) I have no choice but continue… it’s something I must do to complete myself.
So I’ll grow, rewrite a thousand times, and grow some more, in the (seemingly vain) attempt to write something I can be proud of.
Thx for listening, thx for being a sounding board, and most of all thx for making me a better writer.
I only post when I feel a need, I am sure most my post don’t mean a lot to others… but your advice is what gets me through to the next hurdle.
You know I have to ask a question right?
If you could exile one of your flaws, what would it be… what do you always do, even though you know better? (Either in regards to writing or not)
Mine would be: letting myself skip days at a time where I don’t write. Writing every day is the key to finding the end of the rainbow, but I neglect this far too often!!!
I was supposed to do a blog award post; sorry I’ll have to do it later… I am horrible when it comes to those.
Thx for any comment you might leave.