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    Baxter Labatos
    December 16, 2013

    I am glad your ‘therapy’ has given you fans. I think there is something to be said about people who turn their woes into something that can make other people feel better. So continue to write!

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      Hunter S. Jones
      December 16, 2013

      Thank you Baxter. You keep writing, too!

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    benzeknees
    December 19, 2013

    I agree with the quote at the bottom of the page by Ernest Hemingway.

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    Anya
    December 22, 2013

    Hunter,

    I do think that a lot of those things that cause misery and despair have less to do with writing and more to do with contrived expectations that other people have developed around writing. Approval and publishing are completely separate from the act of writing itself!

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    Garry Crystal
    December 22, 2013

    Good one Hunter, I like the spirit in your article here. I know that in my head the thought of writing is chore although once I start writing and get lost it becomes less of chore. I usually have to push myself to write or when I’m feeling crappy I know it’s because I haven’t written for a while. It can be fun if you’re on a roll but I need some momentum first to start it rolling.

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      Hunter S. Jones
      December 23, 2013

      You are so right! Sometimes it flows, other times…who knows? There are times it all gets ‘tangled up’ in there and that bit of momentum becomes an avalanche of words…thousands of them, IF we are fortunate.

      Thanks to everyone for the cool comments. Cheers!

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