Write Stories with Meaning

Stories are very powerful things. They have the power to transport us to new worlds. They allow us to make friends with people we have never met, open our minds to ideas we would have otherwise never considered. And sometimes, if the writing is powerful enough or the words read often enough, books can change the way that we live our lives. They can change the way we think and talk, and even the way we act.

If this is true, then why are we writers not making the most of them? On this blog, I constantly call writers to write intentionally: to thoughtfully and purposefully write stories to encourage and inspire their readers. Will you join me in my quest to write stories with meaning? 

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Challenging Writers to Write Honestly

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