Writing Wednesday Workshop: Write Fearlessly #AmWriting #WritingTips

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Write without fear

I have read several articles recently about writers who are running scared. With various political groups and governments around the world clamping down on free speech and censoring writers, it is understandable why fellow writers are scared and unsure what to do.

My opinion is that I was born to write and to tell my stories. Writing about spiritual warfare, homelessness and hunger are not very popular topics. Throw in spirituality and it makes some people nervous. Did it stop me? NO! Why? I am a storyteller.

From the beginning of time, there have been storytellers, people who orally shared history and beliefs with others. I imagine it started with the cave dwellers. From there, we see history being told and retold. Homer did it in the Greek Empire. All religious writings have first started with storytellers. History as we know it today is a result of many storytellers writing…

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    1. No problem! How could I not? Your post felt very powerful to me. I actually couldn’t think of any sort of lead in that felt appropriate so I didn’t write anything!

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