CHAPTER 1 VERSE 4
LIFE OF A WRITER
It is rather easy sometimes, to just sit back in a corner of your room and punching the alphabets that appear on the screen of your phone.
Perhaps, these alphabets are the receptions of the emotions that lucks inside of you which you cannot wait to vent out. But, then, that is thanks to the life of a writer and the age of technology.
Oftentimes, a number of writers do not even have the temerity to stand or sit, one on one with a single person to chat, let alone stand in the front of a crowd of people to discuss or teach. (That is how shy a number of writers can be), but then, the exclusive talent to conjure up words in dazzling array rather hides this timidity away from their lives and it becomes obscure to the rest of the world that these ones are ‘eye pushers’.
Not entirely as though this is an awful trait or character, that is, depending on the perspective it is being viewed from. For, writers who do not desire the onstage life, but, are simply content with ‘behind the scenes’, that is just okay. But, for the likes that covet the paparazzi that comes with ‘motivational talks’, then, there is work to be done.
There have been in times past, instances of writers who are rather great at writing but, not so much with words. An example is Paul, the great apostle. He intoned this in one of his epistles that some of his recipients thinks his writings are great but, his words in physical contact are rather sparing.
This personality can be frustrating sometimes, especially, when the writer is the type that is loaded with words, but, is rather the careful type when it comes to speaking to people.
The truth is, while writing and speaking might be similar in that, they’re both on a matter of sending out messages using words, they, on another count vary, in their technicalities. For instance, the information that might have been passed across using body language while speaking, will require some apt use of words in writing.
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