#bloganuary: I Like To Write

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Today’s Bloganuary prompt: What do you like most about your writing?

I never really gave this a lot of thought. I guess if I look at why I like to write, it’ll give me a better idea. Bear with me…

  • I’m the boss. I decide what to write about, including the world I write about. When writing memoir, I do my best to stick to the facts, but if I don’t remember them the way someone else does, too bad: let whoever objects write their own memoir. When writing fiction, the characters are at my mercy. I once pushed an old Jesuit down a staircase because it fit the story. Sorry, Father. When answering prompts, I do my best to err on the side of humor.
  • It’s fun. I have a great time when I’m writing. If I’m not, I say "screw this noise" and write something else, or check out Reddit or YouTube or something. I might get back to writing that day, I might not.
  • I get to be funny. I like being funny, and I find that the more you try to be funny, the funnier you are.
  • I’m pretty good at it. This from the guy that never got a grade higher than C in English. I like using words and finding new ones to use.

And what I like about my writing is that all of the above show up in it.

That’s my answer, and I’m sticking to it…

13 thoughts on “#bloganuary: I Like To Write

  1. I love being the boss! I like mixing personal stories with the facts of something. It’s like our own little newspapers and we are all editors….with a worldwide circulation.


    1. Yes, it’s another Challenge from the kind folks at WordPress. You can read about it here. If you sign up, you’ll get an email every day with the next day’s prompt. Hope you join us!


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