Why writers should help writers #amwriting

This piece touched me in a significant way, and I just wanted to share it with you all, It’s not just about writers alone but about every creative art expression. I hope you are able to glean something from here. By the way the Dudley guy in the TEDtalk is super funny. Check it out 😉

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  1. This is a good post. I would like to say that I make it a point to comment and give positive feedback. I follow quite a few bloggers, and adding more as I come across posts that inspire, impact or just make me laugh. It is important to me to share the positive impact. After reading this blog, it is definitely something that I won’t change. When I renewed my commitment to writing at the beginning of the year, I didn’t know the impact that the blogging community would have on me. However, it has been amazing. As a blogger, I understand the level of courage it takes to share your stories, your vulnerabilities, your hopes and your dreams. In assessing my time management, I include reading other blogs and giving feedback. It is important to me that others know that what they share is significant. I haven’t witnessed so much courage in one place. Not sure how anyone else feels about giving feedback, but I love it. For a writer to know that at least one somebody will say how their words impacted them is enough for me. By the way, I decided to follow “the writing chimp”. Thanks for the post.

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    1. kingsoracle says:

      You are right in saying that,It goes a long way for a writer to have feedback and some encouragement. It helps us keep going on. It is also a gradual process and with time we see the impact our work is having on all others.

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