Favorite Writing Scenes: Pseudonyms, the Blacklist and Dalton Trumbo

The current state of blogging on WordPress leaves a lot to be desired. In addition to the daily posting spamming of inane writing prompts, there are all manner of “writers” who offer up writing advice… for a price. Spoiler Alert: there is nothing that these self-identified writing coaches can offer that hasn’t already been published elsewhere, for free.

A writer does not need permission to write, but a writer does need a reason to write. Every writer has different motivation: some are fond of myopic writing and often choose themselves for subject matter, while others are focused on the external world and write in order to affect change in the way people experience reality.

No matter what the reason for writing, we are always doing the same thing: making a record of the human condition at a specific point in time.

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