…scoff not at the honest endeavours of others…

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This is a wonderful expression of thanks and appreciation to writers!

Seumas Gallacher

…to every man, woman, and child who ever picked up a pen or pencil, tapped at a typewriter, clicked at a keyboard, in an effort to WRITESUM’THING out of their own imagination, I salute yeez… each and every one of yeez… heroes and heroines all… lately, I saw a Facebook exchange about what constitutes a ‘good’ writer, a ‘successful’writer, a writer ‘of note’, which discussion also included some gratuitously offensive commentary on certain scribblers whose material didn’t ‘meet the expectations’ of some readers… I call those sniper ‘critics’ cringeworthy carpers, pedantic peddlers, humbugging hussies… I wonder how many of those, so quick to relegate so readily to the dustbin the literary effort of others, have ever written a book themselves?… I recall the time this ol’ Scots Jurassic completed my first novel… my maiden sortie into the universe of the wordsmith, THE VIOLIN MAN’S LEGACY… it was…

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2 thoughts on “…scoff not at the honest endeavours of others…

  1. I’ve always wondered why most readers automatically deducted points from your grade if you aren’t published through a reputable company. Even less interest if you’re an indie author. Like these stories just appear on paper and wasn’t butchered to death by the author and the relentless editors. I liked this article and I always appreciate people who understand what it takes to create these pieces of work.

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