Just For Fun

“Perhaps I write for no one. Perhaps for the same person children are writing for when they scrawl their names in the snow.”
― Margaret Atwood

I enjoy writing on my blog. But is it something tangible and am I a real writer? What is a real writer?  It is someone who produces a tangible product like a book or published article. I am writing therefore I am a writer even if I never sell or publish any of it. Writing on my blog or anywhere else is not a job or career and I don’t think I want it to be just now. It is a form of creative expression and sometimes I get on My Soapbox about an issue. A description of my blog writing matches these synonyms for hobby:

Amusement, relaxation, divertissement (ooh, cool French), play, interest, leisure activity, sometimes whimsy, but also art, craft. It is way of being creative for me. Fun.

JustJotItJanuary is being guest hosted by Rosemary Carlson. The prompt word, “tangible” was provided by Prajakta at An Armchair Perfectionist.

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20 thoughts on “Just For Fun

    1. Deborah Drucker Post author

      The Just Jot It January challenge, just to blog something everyday in January and you don’t absolutely have to follow the prompt word so it is very flexible. If you go to Linda G Hill’s blog you can check out the rules. 🙂

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  1. Prajakta

    Of course, blog is tangible. It is one of the biggest achievements for me. Your thoughts are out there, in writing and reaching out to people. Touching someone unexpectedly with your words – that is an impact that is as tangible as it can be.

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