A writer with an echo
29 Nov 2015
Some write for the sake of fame. Some just want attention. Some do write for money. Some for the awards in return and others to be celebrated. If you are among them then you are lost. Treat the art with passion. Passion is that what makes you wanting to do again and again and that’s what every writer should embrace. After passion what follows you is creativity. Don’t go for the gain at first, do something that is impactful to other lives. The same people you help won’t stop talking about you infront of others, they will vounteer to advocate your brand. The moment you help one to live his/her dream you become even a more sensible human. That’s the reason I’ve given you my ebook Murdering Your Writing Fears for free. One would ask why didn’t you sell it? The answer is, making money isn’t a primary target rather helping others to live their dreams, to live the writers’ life. Not only the book but giving more and more stuffs that will make you feel better in the art for free is my plan. In life I have met different kind of people, the ones that search something in return do not always make it far. The ones that are looking for fame are least paid attention. For few years in my writing life I’ve learned to, first, be silent and that gives me all the goodies found in my words today. I’ve learned to smile to the art, you should too, living writers life isn’t an easy thing. There are times it seems no body reads your words, sometimes you submit your paper in writing contests and each time you fail, with all these smile and keep writing. It’s in that passion a power that attracts readers is born. Writers write because without it they would simply not know what to do. What they starve for is to write. Write routinely, take 30 minutes everyday just to write and see how you will improve. In years to come you won’t be a similar person. You will become a writer with an echo.
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