What do Writers Write aboutAbout what do writers write?
When you don't present yourself so lightly, you start to explore something. Following the footsteps of this concern, you will come across the motor of a history.
When you don't immediately think of a matter, it may be useful to keep a diary or look through what you have already written. Perhaps you have a portfolio with interesting bit newspaper items, leaflets or leaflets of interesting places, images of surprising discoveries. In the course of the years you might come back to see which interests have stayed and which have become less attractive.
Watch where your spirit and your fantasy are wandering.
What do authors do? - JANET CONCRETE
I was asked by a blogsger to tell me why I do it. The 1984 writer George Orwell and Animal Farm began an article on the topic by declaring the beginning of his narrative impulse: "I had a solitary child's tendency to make up tales and talk to imagined people, and I think that from the beginning my literature aspirations were blended with the sense of being segregated, underestimated.
" and put solitude and ledgers in a glass, stir them up, and what do you get? Sometimes you get a novelist. I was a sometimes lonesome boy, like so many others, who found sanctuary in the book and began to read because I appreciated the society of words. I was suffocated by the conditions; the letter gave me the opportunity to express myself.
It is the force to explore our histories, even if they are never published; the force lies in the discovery and creation of our own truth. The majority of the works most authors produce never make it into the press. In a recent interviewee George Saunders said: "I am trying to educate myself by this letter to a higher one."
One of the author's friends said to me only half jokingly: "I am writing because I am a masochist!" You' re writing because you' re a failure plumber.'" So, I am writing. If you' re writing, what about you, why?