"Creative writing is when words become thoughts, and ideas become a masterpiece of the mind written on paper." - Rosa's ConceptsI am a monster of a dreamer. I am fearless in the pursuit of what sets my soul on fire. However, sometimes, there is still the feeling that my writing is a lesser class of literature. Controversial issues, my personal life, or the bedroom is as important as what happens on my battlefield; that what I know about is a category of knowledge of its own.
I stop, listen, and look around. I'm staring down the vessel of the last acts of my life. My brain is always absorbing everything around me. The inbox to my mind is still open, and anyone or anything can get at any time. Turning it off would be like giving up on life and age silently.
For me, writing is hard work. I have to give up a significant amount of my personal life to be a writer. However, I am excited about control and my solo effort, and I resent the business aspects that interfere with my space for my writings (my blogs).
I do not think my approach to writing is suitable for everyone. My writing dilemma is; I tend to make it up as I go along. I am in a mode of truth-telling and self-expression. I can write about anything I can imagine and write what the things I know. I am not sure if that's brilliance. But it is the way I roll.
The idea is to make it feel like I am being pulled into the plot. The reality, the imagination, the characters, and the creativeness comes to life as I write, read, rewrite, and edit. I love the mysterious process of creating fiction and writing non-fiction as I understand it to be. Then the sigh of relief when published.
I think of writing as exercising my brain. Since the brain is responsible for perception, cognition, attention, memory, emotion, and action, I want to use it as much as possible. Like the saying goes, "If you do not use it, you will lose it."
There is power in thinking.I have learned that the reality of life is somewhat bombarded. The consciousness and the unconsciousness of spying on real people's lives are my artistic endeavors. All I need is imagination. I always write things down that strike me as impressive. Anytime I travel, eat in a restaurant, sit on a pew in a church service, or during a conference, I try and fill up notepads.
As I'm trampling through this mysterious world, I try to get as much knowledge about the people and subjects to which I am drawn to harness an excellent blog. We live in a confused society: realities are manufactured by the media, our governments, the big corporations, different religious groups, and political groups on both sides of the fence. I question what is real.
I don't expect writing to be a career, just a way to make use of my talents, abilities, and my time. Self-Confidence is necessary for the writing business. It has always amazed me how my brain and bodywork together. I mean, my heart does not ever see what my eyes see. Sometimes I write from my heart, and sometimes my emotions take over. In either case, I write with confidence.
I can be as creative with my ability to create something fresh and unusual, a genuinely unique approach to writing. I have become an author, writer, and journalist.
Authors and novelists' lifetime’s work fill the libraries, public and private. These men and women draw from experiences and can tell us a story, fiction or non-fiction, that they weave from the treasury of their mind. Thanks to them, we learn, thanks to them, we are challenged to think. Authors, writers, novelists, columnists, and journalists have provided a gift for us.
Conclusion: Write with confidence
An author; defined as the originator of any written work and whose authorship determines responsibility for what he has created. A writer is a person who originated or gave existence to anything. A journalist is a person who collects, writes, or distributes news or other current information to the public.
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