It was a post that unfolded from our comment chatting about “Why Writers Write.”
K to the Two, a.k.a. Kelvin Knight (here), said he writes because “he cannot not write…”
I am long overdue to join in with Cee’s Fun Foto, and so I will join her photo challenge today while replying to “K to the Two”
Cee’s Challenge Prompt this week:
Taking some of Cee’s suggestions – I am going with black and white, cloud, and reflecting on why I write.
I, Prior, write because writing helps me grow and stay grounded.
Writing helps me make the most of life.
Like when life brings us this:
writing lets us process, adapt, connect, and live with color:
I also write because it makes my insides do this:
ooo la la
(thanks to my blog friend Diana for her gifs earlier today, which made me want to share these gifs)
Now back to K to the Two:
I invite you to check out his post here, to read about why he writes. And be sure to check back later because he will soon (hopefully) have some flash-fiction tips to share. His tips might “not” suggest the title should involve an arduous decision (we shall see…)
K’s writing has an energy all its own.
Like here are words from his recent “Why I Write” post:
and then this line says so much:
“unquenchable thirst to share this (writing) magic…”
Did you get that last line?
All about sharing his craft – to connect, edify, and be edified –
’nuff said about his post – go check it out.