Whats the definition of a true writer?
what makes you a great writer? what type of message your trying to deliver as a writer?
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'.
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.
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.
by giselle2323 20 months ago
What is your definition of a good writer?
by Gary R. Smith 5 years ago
When you know your writing may disturb others, do you change it or stay your course?At 14, my writing got me exiled into remote wilderness for a summer. At 17 a classmate wrote, because I shared a dream in the high school newsletter, 'I wish Gary Smith would leave us alone.' Over the years my...
by DasEngel 3 years ago
This one is a bit controversial: My WordWeb 'free edition' says that a writer is "someone who writes (books, stories, articles or the like) professionally", or "a person who is able to write and has written something".So all those guys who say that HubPages is only for...
by truthfornow 6 years ago
Are good writers always good readers?Every writer I have known has been a pretty avid reader. Do you think that being a reader is necessary to being a good writer?
by Willow Mattox 9 years ago
I'm writing a book about me and my son's struggle with his mental illness that started at 2 1/2 years old. It is a story of hope, because we found a vitamin cure and he is now a stable, healthy boy. What details about mental illness do people want to hear? What do you think should never be left out...
by Clive Williams 3 years ago
When do you know when to throw in the bucket as a writer?If no one is buying your books, you are not getting any readers online...do you think it is time to throw in the bucket as a writer?
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