11 Responses

  1. Tanja
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    I was wondering the same thing, so thank you for asking. Now I know that not all of you are having the urge to write your own story. I am very curious about the stories by the ones who do.

  2. Trix
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    I wonder, how has reviewing affected your own writing?

  3. dee
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    Interesting answers. I think it’s cool when people find the muse to write something either for themselves or to share with others. I find it equally cool, when people take the time to give writers feedback as beta reader or reviewer.

  4. Lisa
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    I don’t want to write either. I much prefer being on the reading side of the equation!

  5. susana
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    That was a great question. I don’t think I have a writer in me either. I love reading too much to have time for writing… And I lack the courage as well!

  6. Ami
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    Thanks for the answers… I think readers are sometimes hit by the writing bug too. Luckily I enjoy being a reader than a writer LOL

  7. Angela
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    Thank you all for your answers 🙂

  8. 16forward
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    I’m still smiling just rereading your answers. I admire authors so much, even if they just write reviews, so you’re all just great! Bask in the glory!!!

  9. H.B.
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    Very nice answers. It’s great to hear that reading has inspired some of you to write and learn that you’re better suited for other things =)

  10. Carolyn
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    I loved reading these answers! Some of your writing styles really would lend themselves well to fiction, so I can totally understand those who’ve written, well publicly or privately.

  11. ELF
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    Thanks so much for answering my question. I agree with many of you, I am much happier on this side of the book…reading, editing, and reviewing, lol.


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