It’s time for another posting of the Insecure writer’s Support Group. I’m not feeling particularly insecure today, but stick around that could change at the drop of a hat.
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This question for this month’s posting is:
What is your favorite aspect of being a writer?
You know, that’s a harder question than one might think, at least for me. There are so many things I like about being a writer.
I I get to tell stories.
· I love the stress and anxiety.
· The sleepless nights when my characters won’t leave me alone.
· The nail biting after a submission, even if only to a CP.
· I can ‘work’ in my pajamas.
OK seriously, folks, probably the best part is getting to tell stories. I have only been writing for about five or six years now, but I have genuinely loved to tell stories for most of my life. Not always a good thing, but I love it none the less.
Today, I’m riding on the ‘high’ of just having sent off my submission into the IWSG Anthology Contest. Not at all sure if I’m good enough to win a spot in the Anthology, but I sure am stoked about completing my entry and sending it in. For this insecure writer that is more than half the BATTLE.
What about you? Did you enter the Anthology Contest? Do you love to tell stories? Are you insecure? Tell me all about it.