I Write Because It’s Apart Of My Heart And Soul
Sometimes the heart sees what is invisible to the eye. I write because I love writing. I think I became a writer to explore my ideas and responses to the world around me. Which I often found it difficult to share with others. Also I liked my autonomy, and a writer can choose his or her own working hours. Midnight to dawn. The difficulty of becoming a writer never bothered me. I knew it was going to work for me sooner or later. And if you’re a writer you don’t have to retire but can keep on doing the thing you love till you drop off the chair.
I Had The Lonely Child’s Habit
of making up stories and holding conversations with imaginary persons. I think from the very start my literary ambitions where mixed up with the feeling of being isolated and undervalued. I knew I had a facility with words. And a power of facing unpleasant facts. I felt that this created a sort of private world I write in. I had my back for my failure in everyday life.
If Something Inside Of You Is Real,
we will probably find it interesting, and it will probably be universal. So you must risk placing real emotion at the center of your work. Write straight into the emotional center of things. I write toward vulnerability. Risk being unlike. Tell the truth as you understand it. If you’re a writer you have a moral obligation to do this. And it is a revolutionary act—truth is always subversive. Sometimes you make the right decision. Sometimes the right decision is made. Writing eases my suffering. Writing is my way of reaffirming my existence. I write.
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