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I have had an innate penchant for writing for as long as I can remember. Even during my school days I would look ahead to writing assignments because I could then show off my skills as a young writer. The act of writing to me seems to come naturally and is essentially an extension of my own mind, imagination and wish to convey useful ideas to other people. Entering college my writing skills greatly improved. Required to write academic papers, my writing skills began to take on nearly professional levels of excellence as I excelled at performing these writing tasks.
But then my enthusiasm for writing following graduation from college began to wane. No longer was I compelled to write about complicated subject matters. At that point I stopped writing purposefully. I then entered into a career of software testing that would be challenging and even enjoyable at times. But I always sensed that software testing wasn’t what I was supposed to do in life professionally over the course of my entire lifetime. Don’t get me wrong though, if you have the skills needed to work in the IT industry in any capacity you can be successful financially. Although that was the case for myself I still felt after over ten years of software testing that there had to be something else to do in life for a living. Even something I would enjoy tremendously.
Now I am at the point where I would like to make a return to writing and see if doing what I had loved so much during my younger years could reemerge as an avenue for me to take my writing skills to the next level. And so by mere happenstance I discovered writers.work. After viewing several of the videos offered to members as well as the long list of useful tools available on the site I have concluded that I will now set out to write not only for a living but for the shear enjoyment of the activity. I am fully convinced now that I can make this endeavor work. And work well. Like so many of you other burgeoning writers I can use this platform to both improve and enhance my new-found love for writing. The love has been there all along. With the tools offered on writers.work and my own determination to improve as a writer I know I can develop and grow my writing skills to levels I have never seen. Join with me aspiring writers and together let us learn, grow and improve our lives via writing.
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