Supporting My Fellow Writers

If I’ve never said it before I will say it now: I want nothing more than to help and support my fellow writers. Whenever it is time permitting I follow, like, vote, retweet, and converse with any writer who helps promote knowledge and awareness through the literary arts in a positive and productive way.

I don’t discriminate in race, nationality, age, sex, genre and so on and so forth. Like I say to anyone, I am not one to judge. Your worth is based solely through your words and how you convey them. Those who do it, not just for the money it can produce, but for the love of sending a message with your talents and abilities.

Maybe I seem a tad politically correct, and by all means I don’t mean to be. I’m a very sarcastic and cynical person by nature. Like so many wonderful writers out there, I question everything and in some ways to a fault.

Telling a story creates questions for our readers that they expect us to answer. Those that can paint a picture, even if it’s a How-To article,  deserve my respect.

I don’t wanna go on and on with it, but I will say this. Show your support for the ones that write to inform and entertain. Those who just have a story to tell. They are all important to what we as people will become. #WritersSupportWriters

Until next time.

Peace & Blessings

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