Why Do You Write?

There are at least as many reasons to write as there are people. Probably more. My reasons to write have changed over time. Yours probably have, too, and will continue to do so. Even my reasons for writing each piece and each type of writing are different. It’s more than OK. It’s necessary.

The amazing and articulate Elizabeth Gilbert talks about the distinction between four different kinds of creativity.

Editing and assisting writers is my job, my career, and my vocation.

Regardless of whether your writing craft is a hobby, a job, a career, or a vocation, I can help you.

Published by Dave Reed

daydreamer-in-chief, game designer, romantic, and writer

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