I want to be a writer
here in my country chances are rare, very rareee, so if anyone has a way and can help me, please
let me know
I suspect you want to be 'recognized' as a writer rather than 'being' a writer. A writer writes. Yes, and preferably every day. The practice of writing will make you a writer, not the publication of your material. Write until you write simply for the love and enjoyment of it. ...Then see what happens.
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