These days I’m enjoying a friend’s gift, a creative writing book called “Rip the Page”.  Geared for the young and young-at-heart, exercises range from the lighthearted (zany word associations) to those darker (like writing about a huge hurt in our lives – powerful mojo there, let me tell you).  Doing them helped me get through Julia Cameron’s prescribed reading deprivation during “The Artist’s Way” workshop.
Published authors provided encouraging notes, as well.  Young-adult historical writer Karen Cushman inspired this post.  Her final line superbly sums up why we write.
“The best reason to write is just to find out what happens.”
That simple truth staggered me.  I think I’ll go write now (right now, in fact), though I don’t see using so much alliteration as in my title.  ~grin~  Happy Wednesday!

3 thoughts on “Writer Wednesday – Why We Write

  1. How'd the writing go?

    And that book sounds like a lot of fun!

  2. It sure is a fun book. I typed up a poem for my next blog post after this, not exactly a tremendous feat but it's something. ~grin~ Thanks for the comment, dear.

  3. Of course It's a tremendous feat!

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