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Because you never know who’s lurking.

Because you never know who’s lurking.

Why write and publish your work?

If you think no one is reading your writing, you’re probably right … if there’s no way to find your work.

But if you publish your work, at least there’s a chance someone sees it.

Someone made a comment to me today that stunned me. It meant that not only was she reading what I’ve been writing but it also made her think and even act. It’s on the way to helping her (she’d like some more guidance … hint, hint: write more), but it’s a start.

In fact, I couldn’t ask for anything more.

  1. Something I wrote
  2. someone else read,
  3. made them think,
  4. made them act and
  5. it’s the path towards helping them.

That’s it. I’ve succeeded.

Why publish what you write?

Why publish what you write?

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