When did you know that writing was a necessity for your balance & well being?
Shakespeare said that "on the touch of love everyone becomes a poet". So I think that in my life when I started to feel the meaning of life and started to get mentally mature I started to feel that writing is much more than just writing but it is important for my well being.
When I realized that I'd rather read a novel then go shopping at the mall, hahaha. Everyday I found myself reading, soon I became completely inspired by it. I wanted to be a writer, I wanted to have the same effect Authors had on me. I wanted my writing to inspire people, exactly how I was inspired. That's when I knew.
by Joy56 3 years ago
I have been reading several peoples profiles. It seems many of us, have always wanted to spend time writing, even from being children. How about you........ Did you write even as a child, and always imagined one day being a famous writer. I love to write. English was...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 6 years ago
For those who are creative types, did your parents attempt to force into a "more stable, realisticcareer or did they support and encourage your creative aspirations and goals?
by Mohan Kumar 6 years ago
When was the first time you started writing and what piece of work did you create?I remember writing a story about a time traveller as a schoolkid in the backpages of a notebook and the buzz it gave when my classmates read it... I also wrote a short poem about a piece of chalk being a martyr as it...
by Diane Minton 2 years ago
How did you know when your poetry really "took off" and that you would be writing more.Do you like poetry writing more than writing prose? and why?
by jay2jay 7 years ago
When did u first start writing and were there any incidents in your life that made u want to write?
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