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5 years ago I decided to become a writer. It started as a casual hobby. I’d go for a run down by the Columbia River and then I’d write a short story about that run. I’d write about how I struggled but kept going and then eventually found a rhythm. I’d share some insights about how that experience relates to life.
Shakespeare, it was not.
I mean I was typing words into a document and creating sentences. But my writing didn’t really engage the reader or pack a punch.
So I signed up for a writing workshop in Taos. I went to that workshop and then another. Then I hired a writing coach. I took some writing classes online from Creative Live and from various copywriters.
But my writing...