No Writer Can Make It Alone

I write alone. No one can write for me. That being said, there are countless people involved in my stories. These individuals read my drivel. They listen to me dream about being a writer and manage to do it without a smirk. They encourage me every step of the way and I would not have written a novel, help start a writer’s conference, published in journals newspapers and websites or started this blog without them.

Part of her birthday card to me.

One person in particular has sacrificed more than anyone else: my wife. This week was our nine year wedding anniversary. We’ve “dated” for over 11 years.  She didn’t marry someone who wanted to write. I developed the passion about six months afterward.

I write this blog to tell her, that I am so very thankful for her. I’m not always pleasant. I’m certainly not perfect, but she has always been there sacrificing time, correcting grammar, reading and suggesting. So, thank you baby. Thank you for being there. Thank you for not laughing or telling me I’m not good or that I should focus my efforts toward something more practical. In your quiet strength you help me move forward. I could not be here without you.

If you have some one or a group of people who help you in your writing be sure to use your gift of words to say thank you.

We forget that too much.

Cheers,

Bob

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5 thoughts on “No Writer Can Make It Alone

    1. Jeff,

      Sorry for the late reply, during the summer I am a bit out of touch with my blog. Thank you! I hope to check out your ebook shortly.

      On Fri, May 23, 2014 at 9:23 AM, Part-Time Novel wrote:

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  1. danielfbowman

    Very sweet. Our wives sacrifice so much for us, even when they aren’t “doing” anything–just us not being around can be hard on them. A cheer for supportive spouses.

  2. Pingback: Part-Time Novel | Stalling Is Not Writing

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