There is a story to be told. It has been building over the last few months . . . the characters are coming to life and the plot is unfolding.
I have a wonderful recipe for dinner rolls to share. It was handed down by my grandmother. Perhaps a book of recipes is in my future.
My writers’ group met last Saturday and wow what a session it was. The opportunity to build relationships with other writers is so important because of the support received. I never feel alone being a part of this community.
When my son was diagnosed with autism, I decided to learn all I can. I wrote an article, “Autism and Animation: 3 Tips to Engage Your Child” (http://voices.yahoo.com/autism-animation-3-tips-engage-10192509.html?cat=70 .) A writer must be willing to learn.
Reading and writing in a quiet space . . . with jazz softly streaming through the room . . . releases stress, makes me happy, and fulfills my creative need. Every day I strive toward my goal of healthy living. It is important to develop a ritual, something that makes a writer feel comfortable or safe while writing.
Why do I choose to write? I choose to write to tell stories, share information, build relationships, acquire new knowledge, and to meet my goal of health living!
Why do you choose to write? Please leave a comment.