Thank you for your question. I don't know about other writers, but as a born story-teller, writing is a great joy for me. Being able to retell my experiences not only helps me relive them, but keeps them solidified forever. Also, I have a vivid and active imagination which adds a great deal of spice to the mundane. Like most writers, I am extremely curious about almost all things I come across.
Writing expository material can be a chore, but I chose to use narrative to explain (whilst relaying specific information) which enhances the readability. A true writer has their essence indelibly etched in every word; regardless of the material - it is an act of love; of words, of the way they can be put together in such a way as to evoke deep emotion, knowledge, understanding and connectedness In the weaving of words which oftentimes spew forth unbidden ~ we receive.
The diversity comes from curiosity and the desire to clarify and inform.
In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God