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Whats the definition of a true writer?

  1. monticeharmonbook profile image40
    monticeharmonbookposted 7 years ago

    Whats the definition of a true writer?

    what makes you a great writer? what type of message your trying to deliver as a writer?

  2. Rishy Rich profile image75
    Rishy Richposted 7 years ago

    A true writer writes for himself. Regardless of the market & the readers, he continues to write because he finds his life in his writing. Writing is an obsession for him, an inner urge which is like the need of frequent sex to a pervert. A true writer loves to play with his world of words & thus eventually ends up in a masterpiece like 'Monalisa'.

  3. mainstreetcm profile image61
    mainstreetcmposted 7 years ago

    I think a true writer is someone who really enjoys writing. They don't necessarily do it for money or recognition, but just do it because they enjoy doing it. It's quite the gift to be able to put your thought out into the world have other people read them and get some form of feeling from those written words--its a completely different gift you enjoy doing that.

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    Surabhi Kauraposted 7 years ago

    A true writer is the one who writes from his/her heart, who is fully conversant with the material which he/she choose to write, whose writing can easily be perceived, who has the ability to capture/win the hearts of the readers and most importantly who has the passion to write.