I write because I like to write and it helps me to analyze, learn and write better. I think that everybody that writes is a writer...so I consider myself one.
I write as a form of creative expression. Since I have been writing for a number of years and because I have made money by doing so, I do consider myself to be a writer.
I like to write. I find that writing the old way of pen on paper really connects you more to your work. I use to hand write all my articles and then the time factor got in the way. To write is to be a writer whether you are a published writer or not. Writing to me is an extention of myself because in all writing the character of the writer will be recorded.
@suzzycue: I definitely agree with you about writing on paper opens up more creative avenues. The only thing I'll type first is something I don't care about.
I write on a knowledge sharing basis. Information that seems to be useful in my reading, I am sharing.
by Mike Pugh 3 years ago
Do you consider yourself to be a true Poet?If so please explain what certifies you as such, you can draw from your writers experience here on Hubpages, or from your true life on the ground of writing for the shear love of poetry. (No spammy answers though with links or the likes.) Note: The purpose...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
If you're SIXTY or over..what do YOU consider yourself........young, middle-aged, or......old? Why?Why not?
by FaithDream 8 years ago
Do you consider yourself a writer, a blogger, a poet, or simply testing the waters?How would you describe yourself in these terms?
by Christopher Wanamaker 8 years ago
Do you consider yourself to be a perfectionist?
by B.C. Hollywood 7 years ago
Do you refer to yourself as a writer?Do you think it matters (when calling yourself a writer) if you have never been paid for your work? I have written poetry and short stories since I was a teenager, admittedly with a break of a few years, and I now write a blog and some hubs. I consider myself a...
by Liam Hallam 8 years ago
I'm in the position of choosing not to follow a religion. Why do you follow your choice of religion? Do you consider you have a choice in your religion? Ans would you ever consider or have you considered switching faith?
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