Hey-you made it! It’s Friday! Time for a little fun 🙂
Have you ever thought of what your motto and mantra are as a writer? These are great to have for those days when nothing seems clear-cut, and you feel like you’re wandering around in perpetual circles.
In case you may have forgotten, we’ll clarify exactly what these mean. On to the dictionary shall we?
Motto: “a sentence, phrase, or word expressing the spirit or purpose of a person (in this case, writer).”
Mantra: “ ‘
Okay, I’ll start off.
My motto is:
This pretty much sums up my purpose in being a writer: to get this all-consuming gnawing out of me. Only thing, this gnawing encompasses so many different things which means this may take me a lifetime to extract. Truly agonizing (at least for me it is).
My mantra is:
“You must write the book that you feel is missing from your bookshelf.”-Elizabeth Gilbert
There are many versions of this type of statement. If you don’t see the story you want to read, write it!
Now, it’s your turn. Write a post about what your motto and mantra are and share the link to the post in the comment section below. I will then come and visit!