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Notes of a Retired Writer


Notes of a Retired Writer

Somebody might write their personal experiences down all reminisce about writing and their writing career who was a writer who had retired but just wanted to keep their hand in a bit with it. Still, this attempt to analysis by writing things down without the pressures of publication may only be a limited experience for some readers and of the writer's own convoluted feelings. It may really not be enough to put down in a short book everything that was in a writer's head. And this would be true for many other writers' minds. The book is sad and depressing, hopeful, now and the past all at once. It is only one therapy session and not perhaps many sessions that would deal with more issues. It looks at people's reasons for possibly wanting to write more generally than just a retired writer who might write this piece. Many readers might know all the issues in this book already but not have thought of them for a time. Alternatively, it may come as more of a surprise to them if they didn't know them already. Or it could just remind them that might be a welcome reminder. This book is also a type of self-help book. And it is a book about computer and Internet addiction in a way no other book is usually written. It includes ideas around people's problems being due to politics in the end as a self-help idea and also this idea is one about writers and why they write that it leads writers back to social and political ideas often that they were really worried about and that existed since before they were born.

  • Author: Earnest Long
  • Published: 2017-11-13 23:20:06
  • Words: 14472
Notes of a Retired Writer Notes of a Retired Writer