A blogger…

I’ve never been Stephen King’s fan but I agree with him on many of the things he said. This one included:

Newbie bloggers or people just dreaming of becoming a blogger often face the problem that they don’t feel that they are writers. They do not think that their writing is good enough.
But we have all started out as beginners. We all jumped right in without being expert writers – most bloggers are not born Pulitzer Prize-winning writers.
But your writing can develop. You can learn to write better. And the best way to learn writing is to read a lot and to write a lot.

I still have much to learn. So I’ll keep blogging until hopefully, I can proudly call myself the best. πŸ˜‰

Happy writing, reading, blogging!

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19 thoughts on “A blogger…

  1. Be proud of where you are, and thrive to learn and move to next step, I tell myself this lately. I am proud of where I am and I’m working on for the next level. You are inprogress of becoming a legendary writer, your works are amazing already.. and there will be a day where the entire world will shine on you. Best wishes Author Jessica πŸŽ‰πŸ€—

  2. it’s one of the reasons I started blogging, to improve my writing. I’m not sure if that has happened, but it hasn’t stopped me from blogging…

  3. I do say that I’m a blogger and I’m not a writer πŸ˜‚
    But I do agree: to improve in something we must continue practising!
    You are on the right way! πŸ˜‰

  4. It’s true! Another famous writer used to say β€œTo be a better writer you need to follow 3 rules; read the classics, they are called classics for a reason, read your contemporary fellows so you may always know what’s happening, write every day” it’s hard to acquire such discipline, but I think it can be worth it!
    And yes, you are a great one!

    1. That’s a great quote too. And thank you for such encouraging words cariΓ±o πŸ’•

    1. Haha πŸ˜„ thanks for the kind words Tippy. I hope I won’t have to wait to long haha

  5. And then you can write a bestselling novel about a rabid Saint Bernard dog (bitten by a rabid rabbit) who drives a demon possessed classic car and fights a zombie cat buried in a pet semetary but has a terrible fear of clowns plus avoids the town of Salem’s parking lot. πŸ˜‚

    1. Okay that sounds completely insane πŸ˜„ I’m worried for my mental health if I try. Thanks for the laugh though. 😁

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