RE Writing: better or worse after years on the job?

Subject: RE Writing: better or worse after years on the job?
From: anonymous
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 11 Oct 2001 20:37:58 -0400

NatureI guess this all depends on where and what your writing has evolved
from. I always thought I was a good, not a great writer. I spent years
submitting articles to various magazines and periodicals hoping someone
would recognize my skills. Was paid $25.00 for freelancing for whatever I
felt like. Didn't pay the bills however.

Writing is something we do from our souls. It doesn't matter the type. If
it pays for our addiction, great. It expresses the essence in who we are,
whether it be in a manual, a brochure, an on-line or even off-line document.
You belong to this list, we are all writers. If you go to bed at night
thinking I love what I did today and it happened to be writing, then I need
to say nothing else.

Who still loves to write after all these years

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