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Write Like No One is Reading

A Writer's Path

by Liam Cross

Writing, just like anything else in life, must be done to please oneself. Must be done to let one take the sinews of their heart and the breath of their soul, and transcribe them somehow onto the page before them. It’s one of my most favourite feelings in the world, finishing a piece and knowing it captures how I’m feeling exactly, because then I can make that feeling known to others, which in life, I feel is one of the most difficult tasks to do.

It helps to remember who you are and where you have come from, when attempting to create a piece so emotive and so thought-evoking it captures people and touches their heart. But I actually have some backwards advice to give when it comes to doing just that, because when writing to evoke emotion in others, I believe not in focusing on them…

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12 thoughts on “Write Like No One is Reading

  1. I used to wonder, what a politician will write if he is asked to write an article. Very probably he will write something to please everyone. It will satisfy none.

  2. Writing is and always has been a great emotional dump and release of how I’m feeling, have felt, or continue to feel over time. It’s wonderful to just sit down with whatever aids the process, and get it out. You should never worry about what others think or who will read it…and only share if you feel someone else can benefit. So…thank you for sharing!

    1. I think it’s great advice for everyone that would want to enjoy the journey of writing. I believe every writer starts out with a passion to please their desire to pour their heart out. It’s easy to get lost along the way.

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