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I want to write books that make my readers swoon, and cry, and laugh. I want to write books that keeps readers flipping pages long past their bedtimes, and has them daydreaming about what might happen after they have to stop reading.
I want to write books with characters, stories, and worlds that stay with my readers after they’ve read the final words. I want to write books that make people think, and empathize, and maybe look at the world and the people in it a little differently.
I know not everyone will like my books. That’s okay.
I know there are some people who will probably hate my books. That’s also okay.
But if I can achieve at least one of the goals I mentioned above with my writing, if I can make someone swoon, or laugh, or fall in love with my characters using tens of thousands of combinations of twenty-six letters? That alone is incredible enough to make the rest worth it.
What do you hope to achieve with your writing?
.@Ava_Jae shares what she'd like to achieve with her writing. What items are on your list? (Click to tweet)
What do you hope to achieve with your writing? Join the discussion on @Ava_Jae's blog. (Click to tweet)