Why do you write?
Do you do it for fame, fortune or to satisfy an inner need to express yourself?
To satisfy my inner need to express myself. But I wouldn't say no to fame and fortune ...
To know myself as a person. Writing can express the real who I am, what are my goals and anything else in my side.
By writing I can improve my ability in this language.Thanks
I am a very talkative person. I write mostly when there is no one around to talk to because my brain can't seem to shut up. I do like to listen as well, most people are interesting, and I like HubPages because here I can do both.
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