But when your writing is going well, and you are enjoying the process of getting your story or non-fiction work down on paper or on to a screen, isn’t that a huge joy and something we should rejoice in?
|How often are you thankful for your writing? Image via Pixabay|
|Appreciating what writing does for you is no bad thing. Image via Pixabay.|
I would argue this also goes for when you first have your name in print or online, whether it is a letter to the paper, a short story or what have you. I don’t believe I’m the only writer who needs a little validation every now and again!
|Telling stories or writing poetry or non-fiction is a wonderful thing. Image via Pixabay|
|Thanking God for all His good gifts. Image via Pixabay.|
1. It proves we are literate, something that is too easy to take for granted.
2. It proves we can communicate.
3. Stories are a great vehicle for getting ideas across.
|Writing is rewriting, then rewriting some more etc. Image via Pixabay.|
5. Non-fiction can use fiction techniques to get facts across in an entertaining way (which makes taking in the “message” far more palatable than a straight retelling of said facts).
6. Coming up with characters and stories for entertainment is a wonderful thing to do in and of itself. You are encouraging reading and maybe that will enable others to discover the joys of writing.
|No literacy = no books to enjoy reading or writing. Image via Pixabay.|
|On writing or on being appreciative. Image via Pixabay.|