Is writing ever like an itch that you can never scratch no matter how much you write?
For me personally, it's more like a pipe with an open end that gushes forth and overflows. I can't completely turn it off. It's like there is a part of my mind that is working independently and went it gets something ready, it wants to serve it up. I gain satisfaction but never enough to say, "that's it I've done it". WB
No. --- Or yes, I guess you could say writing is the itch and the reader reviews and praise are the scratch?
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