Writers have desires just like any other type of artist or creator. We all want to feel like we belong somewhere. Like our words matter. Like we’re important, somehow.
If you stop and think about it right now, I bet you can come up with more than one thing, as a writer, you’d give anything to have.
A blog that can sustain you financially, for example.
Or a popular book that serves as a gateway to be able to write more popular books.
Maybe all you want is for someone to hear you.
But these are not necessities. In the end, we often want what we can’t immediately have because there’s no guarantee hard work can provide us with those things. Not on today’s internet, where everyone wants what you want and some people are just better at inching toward it than you are for some reason.
There are things…
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