There are a thousand ways to write, and each is as good as the other, if it fits you. ~Lillian Hellman
It troubles me from time to time that after 15-odd years as a professional writer I don’t fit in a neat category. Am I a journalist? Literary writer? Freelance hack? Blogger? Critic?
In just this past week my work has included researching and writing a script for a business consulting session, polishing my novel, blogging for diverse clients, outlining a new novel, updating a client’s bio and — most difficult — composing condolences to friends who have recently lost loved ones.
A writer like this is either A) a hopeless dilettante or B) exercising an unusually broad range of writing disciplines.
I could make a case for either but, in the circumstances, I’m going to go with B. If you’re a fellow project-juggler, multi-tasker, do-what-it-takes-to-get-byer I suggest you do to! Let’s celebrate all we do as writers and remember that any writing, done well, communicates and illuminates. So whatever you do, do it with pride.
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