Today’s guest post is from my partner in
crime writing, Miriam Hendeles.
What do writers write about? We write about our lives and our families. Some of us write about our struggles and triumphs. Others write about philosophies and opinions; hope and dreams.
We tell stories, and conduct interviews; we compose lists and craft essays.
We even write about “Writing.” Now what is there to tell, conduct, compose and craft about Writing?
So much. We can write about the writing process, solutions to writer’s block, publishing opportunities, strategies for success, online writing techniques, SEO, PLR and myriad other acronyms. Bloggers and gurus craft advice to the masses on how to become the most polished, pithy, and popular Writer. You see, many writers choose to write about Writing, because if we write about Writing, we know we are guaranteed an audience, comprised of the following loyal and faithful readers:
Writers. Wannabe writers. Bloggers. Publishers. Agents. Editors.
But when we do not write about Writing? Then who is our audience?
Random Interested Persons of Non-Writing topic.
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