Monthly Archives: February 2014

Why (on earth) do I Write? by Bobbi Junior

Sara has posed the questions: Why (on earth) do I write? And, Why do I care if anyone reads it? My answer can be shared in two anecdotes. Take from them what you will. May, 1999. I sat on a … Continue reading

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To Sara with Love (and a bit of advice)

Post four on the writer’s blog hop, and the question this time is: what advice would you give to a newbie writer? Click on the icon below to read other bloggers’ responses to this question. As for me, I’m asked … Continue reading

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Why (on earth) do I Write? by Stephanie Nickel

I have found it fascinating to read about what drives different writers to write. Today we hear from guest blogger Stephanie Nickel as she shares her thoughts and heart with us on the subject. Thanks for coming by Stephanie! Why … Continue reading

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Why do I Care if Anyone Reads What I Write? by Susan Harris

Today I’m welcoming back Susan Harris, with her thoughts on my second question in this guest blogger series. Truth be told, I don’t want anyone to read some of the things I write. Not my journals. Or the letters/emails I … Continue reading

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Not a Hero in my Book(s)

Post three on the Writer’s Blog Hop, and the assignment is to do a character sketch. There are, of course, numerous ways to do this, as evidenced by the variety of posts on this hop: My technique is to drop … Continue reading

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Why (on earth) do I Write? by Susan Harris

As part of our series asking fellow bloggers to answer the question “Why (on earth) do I Write?” I offered guest blogger Susan Harris a penny for her thoughts on the subject: Writing itself is inconsequential, unless it becomes a … Continue reading

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