Substance of Life…

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It is my personal feeling that the best writing is an examination of the substance of life and the activity of being human, and therefore, informs us about life and the world around us. When writing fails to do this we all lose a little something. Having an understanding of what elements you wish to examine enlightens your writing and increases your understanding of your own story.

I would also urge all those who engage in the function of storytelling to inspect their writing to see what it would tell you about who you are. Writing has a way of illuminating beliefs and prejudices. It is hard to be anything other than what you are. Let your writing reflect back to you the person that you are.

You can learn as much about yourself in the process of writing as the reader can learn about himself in the process of reading. 


Regards,

Roman Newell

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by: Darlene Carroll

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o. TanteTati – Pixabay



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