Writing Without a Net: It’s Worth the Risk

“Growth demands a temporary surrender of security.” ~ Gail Sheehy

 

 

We are always writing our story. At our core we write to understand, to change, to evolve.
When it comes to creativity and writing, there are no guarantees that we will become rich, famous, or even remotely well-read. We can use our fears to stop us from taking creative risks; or we can use our fears to connect us to our characters and our story. That is our choice.
Wishing you creative risk~S

Comments

  1. June says:

    This is interesting to me

  2. Sarah Lovett says:

    I understand. Fear can feel like a prison–but it really is a bridge.

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