Writing Goals, Hope, and Determination.

I have two specific writing goals in mind. One is out of my hands. I’ve submitted and now I wait. The other, I just found, and am hungry to attempt success. I think it’s possible, and no matter how I think about it, the future will not wait.

I enjoy writing so much that I believe it is a necessity in my life. To have it removed, or taken away, would be torture. I had enough of that in my childhood years so I think I’ll continue to write until I am moved from this word.

I’m ready for this challenge. To knock on the door of a publication the was out of reach a few years ago, that now is not, and I know this to my core. Even if I fail with them I will produce something concrete and lasting and it will find a place to be read. Either way, a form of success will come to fruition. I’ve yet to write the pieces. I feel them growing. I look forward to knowing them.

Life is a funny thing. And a lovely thing.

Thank you for being with me. I hope whatever goals you may have come to be in the best possible way.

Matt

 

17 thoughts on “Writing Goals, Hope, and Determination.

  1. This was very moving, my family has always encouraged writing from a young age and that was where my love came from. I too hope to one day publish a best-seller! Hope for the best! Don’t let your doubts stop you! (;

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  2. Wishing you all the best in your writing, Brother. I feel it as well. Writing comes from a place that is difficult for some to understand. Failure on a publishers part to recognize what you are offering is never a failure of you.

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  3. Best of luck! Looking forward to seeing your goals come to fruition. Most things that are worthwhile in life are not easy. There’s this quote on my wall that’s fitting for times like these: “I’m not saying it is going to be easy, I’m saying it will be worth it”

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