Why should I keep writing?
This is a question I’m sure we’ve all asked ourselves at some point in time.
Hell, I ask this question every day. Here’s another question: Am I a good writer?
Am I good enough?
Do these questions matter? No. Not really.
What matters is not if you’re any good. What matters is if you do it.
Write, a little bit, every day. It doesn’t matter what you write. Just do it. Don’t wait for permission or recognition. That stuff doesn’t matter. What matters is what you do. Your actions. Your decisions. If you think you want to write, then write! You may be terrible, but that doesn’t matter either. You will get better.
Back to our original question: Why should you keep writing?
Because you want to.
Why do I keep writing? Because I love it. And, I know you love it. That’s all that matters.
That’s why I started this blog. And while we’re on the subject I wanted to talk about this blog.
Actually, I just wanted to thank you. Thank you for reading. I started this blog in July, and it’s amazed me the response I’ve had. I never expected to get any traffic, but people have been reading, commenting, and reblogging. I’ve been amazed by the responses I’ve received. Thank you all! I mean that from the bottom of my heart.
Thank you, in particular to Darlene Foster at https://darlenefoster.wordpress.com/. Darlene, you’re contribution has added tremendous value to my blog. Thank you for all your time, and you’re wonderfully crafted responses.
Also, I’d like to thank Don Massenzio at https://donmassenzio.wordpress.com/. Don’s a great author. Check out his work, The Frank Rozzani Novels, over at Amazon. Don, thank’s for sharing my work on your blog. Your support means a lot to me!
Last, but not least thank you to anyone who’s reading this post. My ultimate goal is to provide some value to my readers. I hope my writing has helped you in some way. Your support certainly has helped me. And whatever you do…
That’s what I’ll be doing.