By Katie Corbett
Here is the third and final part of my essay about writing. Enjoy!
I feel my writing has become varied and diverse, and I discover more new surprises about it the more I write. Writing every day has been a wonderful challenge for me, and I hope I can continue the practice. I may skip a day or two here and there, but when I do, I don’t feel complete again until I have written something new. Topics and ideas abound, and it is my hope that I’m able to explore as many as possible. Even if I never get published again, I know I will continue to write. Writing releases me, teaches me about who I am as a person, and helps me reflect on how those around me impact my life.
So, sit down, pull out your notebook or laptop, and reflect on your writing. Here are some questions to get you started.
- Why do you write what you write?
- How has your writing process changed over time?
- Are there some aspects of your writing life you’d like to change or improve?
- What do you struggle with as a writer?
- What has been your biggest personal accomplishment in your writing so far?
These are just a few of the questions you could ask yourself. Take a few minutes to explore who you are as a writer. You never know what you’ll find out, and chances are, you’ll be glad you took the time to get to know yourself, and you’ll discover gifts and secrets within your writing you never knew existed.
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