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.
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