Why I write
Why I write:
I write because I see things so fascinating in this world they need to be documented.
I write to challenge people to think.
I write to tell people's stories, to be a witness to their existence.
I write to make peoples’ lives better, to help them endure this fleeting time on earth, to lighten their load.
I write to unite people, swinging a wrecking ball at the false barriers, contrived differences, and petty fears we all construct but end up becoming our prisons.
I write to make people laugh and give them some joy, to let them know they are not alone, and to make them feel more human.
I write for people who cannot fight for themselves.
I write to serve.