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Why I Write

So, how did you spend your morning? I followed a link in an email and downloaded a free e-book by Fiona Robyn. I found it very interesting. It got me thinking about many things. In particular, about why I write.

Yes, I enjoy writing. I enjoy playing with words. I think I do it well – sometimes. More than anything, I write because it’s the only way I know of communicating my thoughts and feelings; the only way I can show people that I have something to say, that I’m not the dull, boring halfwit I appear to be from the outside.



Why do you write? Or why don’t you?

By Miriam Drori

Author, editor, attempter of this thing called life.

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