So Were You Born to Write?

I’m not sure whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing, but is it your thing?

Were you born to write? Pixabay Stefan Keller

I’m not sure exactly when writing became a ‘thing.’ I do know that reading thousands of articles and wannabe stories during my past twenty-six years on the web tells that the figure of 84% of Americans wanting to be writers is probably accurate.

Born to write, and born to read. Found out yet that words can make you bleed?

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Tessa Schlesinger

Tessa Schlesinger

Global citizen Author Thinker Polymath Atheist Progressive Climate change. Loves photography, beauty, dancing & thinks benevolence is a survival mechanism.

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