What Drives Your Writing? (Page 2)
Camelicious: Its the Mood i guess...you just feel it... its like being alone and giving time to your self and expressing you to your self is sometimes a luxury...
John from Salem: I believe that when we all write, we have a purpose in life. It's almost like having a second life. We strive on living our lives, and sometimes we even write about it...so others can read what we may have lived a century or even a month ago. I believe that we always "etch it in stone" and leave none unturned.
I love to write for various and adamant reasons. But mainly, because it is my life...second to none. It's more than a passion. It is my life...an open book...always still unwritten.
qin_bell: poems-usually from heartaches more than inspirations. i guess cause pain hits harder, it has a way of crushing u untill the only thing u can grab onto is a pen. but nature on 2nd thought is my no.1 inspiration-. subtleties between the fogs and the grass, the rain and the rose. i just dnt know y, when i got a full time job, inspiration in writing was lessened.
John from Salem: @ sophie....let me know when you're in the chatroom, and we can chat on this, ok? thanks!
Boatbuilder: The past has motivated me toward creating a mood on paper or in a thought for someone else. As someone older online I have moved beyond my hormones and toward leaving something behind for others to ponder. My life has been filled with mistakes and if I can motivate another toward a better life then it is all good.
near50ohoh: i write my moods but as other people's stories you know i'm sad so some body had a bad day but it wasn't me mostly third person i'm influenced by other writers mostly classics
Fairy Tale King: I don't write for money in mind nor do I write with the laws of punctuation.
I write for purely selfish reason
I write to discover myself and to hide myself from others, I would deny myself three times before the rooster crows if I was ever confronted by a reader of my writings.
I write for others pleasures. I write to not be discovered.
near50ohoh: i'm saying it's good therapy for me perhaps to dream though... i've always wanted to write as a career but i'd have a hard time turning it over for direction or critism.. it would be like being told my baby was ugly, know what i mean? or watch a newborn being chopped up in front of me. that's how bad it would hurt or offend.. i've left it in my will though. like i said perhaps to dream
jakegittes: Does anyone know of a chat or website or e-mail system where you can converse with real people from other places (specifically "detailed" information about a people and area)? For instance, if I want to write a short story say, based in "Haiti" - I can research many cold facts on the internet. But I'm looking for "a feel" of the area, where it helps to gain "insight" by talking to a (for example) a Haitian or a Greek or a Scandinavian. I write short stories based on "noir" and mystery - where good people get caught up in bad situations and sometimes have to do bad things and where everything is not what "it seems". Do you know what I mean? This is something all writers need.....Thank you.
near50ohoh: just a thought don't know if it will work but try pen pal searches on your engines; google bing etc. don't know if you had to but in high school when i took french and german i was given pen pals in france and germany . i've seen some other landers on wireclub too. check your forums and chatrooms here.
rainwaterstear: What drives me to write is my passion for music. I have also written short stories, poems and just off the wall lines. I think just looking at the everyday life all around me i can write and not have writers block. Depends on ones motivation.
near50ohoh: and one's mood. stevie nicks said she can write anything but depressed. i may be the opposite. it's then i really get in touch with my rage. know what i mean?
PhiloSophia: What drives my writing?
The need to put my observations about human nature on paper; whether it's through the fictional characters I create, or while writing down what I'm seeing going on in my local part of the world.
Writing is also a venue for me to get my thoughts out of my head. It weighs less when I do that. Ideally, I'd like to be heard, and understood.
lakeblue08: for my soul reflection...and recording some monuments. and i write novels.just to write them for me.
ghostgeek: I write to be heard. One day people are going to pay to hear what I have to say. That is as it should be. Hard work needs to be rewarded.