It’s a question all of us writers have been (or will be) inevitably faced with, let’s be honest.
Do you write for yourself or do you write to become popular?
But here’s the deal:
When you write for the masses you get recognition. When you write for yourself, it’s this amazing cathartic experience that may keep you off the suicide watch program. Though slit my wrists Suzie may have been pushed to the backburner for a little while, chances are no one else really cares.
Write for everyone and at least you get a comment or two amongst that deafening crickets’ sound I at least, have become so very well versed with.
I’ll be damned if I know.
C’mon, it’s not like you come to this blog for answers is it? Because if it is, please don’t.
I already have enough lawsuits led by Psychiatrists around the world against me and I’m kinda broke, so the joke’s on them.
But still, I don’t want your insanity on my conscious. You have been adequately warned. Just be entertained or at least pretend to be, my ego bruises easily.