The Only Book That May Never Be Read

The need to write a book.

I believe that books are some of the most wonderful things on earth. And reading them is one of the most productive use of time ever – far better than sitting in front of the television for hours.

As you know, to read a book it has to be written first. Thanks to everyone who has written some thing and made it available for reading.

Writers are awesome people. They impact our worlds and experiences in greater ways than may be imagined. You too can make your own contribution to the writing experience.

When it comes to writing, there is always room for more participants. If you are not already a full fledged writer, you should accept you are a potential one; You have the potential in you. Develop it by putting it to use.

To be a writer you have to write. You might not be the best yet, but you have to start from somewhere – where you are right now.

Great writers became great by writing. And so can you…

Explore your sense of imagination… Write down your thoughts as they filter into your mind. Share your unique (or not so unique) experiences in life by putting pen to paper or hands on your keyboard.

Just write…

Writing is what writers do. So why are you not writing? Do not worry if you will have readers or not. Do the writing first, readers will come along.

The best time to get started with it is now. The world is waiting for you; you should not be waiting for the world.

That book idea you have in your mind, put flesh to it and make it a physical reality. What’s the use of a book that never got written?

Whatever you write and made available will be read by someone. The only book that may never be read is the one you failed to write.

Share your views.

©CopyRight 2017 | Victor Uyanwanne

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13 thoughts on “The Only Book That May Never Be Read

  1. Quirky Girl May 5, 2017 / 10:44 pm

    Excellent point! It reminds me of that line from Field of Dreams: “If you build it, they will come.” Similarly, a writer needs only to write something and the readers will follow. But they can’t follow if there isn’t anything to actually follow…

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    • VictorsCorner May 6, 2017 / 7:35 pm

      Thanks alot for reading and commenting. I like that line you quoted from Field of Dreams. It makes so much sense. Build, they will come. Write, someone will read.

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  2. A good message Victor with lots of encouragement for those who write or would like to share their hearts and thoughts with others..

    With my being Dyslectic I have great difficulty in writing normally but not with Posting and Commenting and my Poetry and Quotes, the words just flow but I still make mistakes with Spelling and Punctuation etc yes I’m a cracked Vessel but Thankfully God is the Super Glue.

    I haven’t watched T.V for almost 8 years and have not missed it, most of my free time is spent with Children and Blogging and of course Housework and Shopping, I have close friends too that I met at Church and others over the years that visit me, my life is very full.

    I have nominated you Victor to share in the Quote Challenge but please feel free if wanted to postpone it until you can respond or not to if unable, the link is below.

    Quotes- https://freedomborn.wordpress.com/2017/05/08/six-day-quote-challenge/

    Blessings – Anne.

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    • VictorsCorner May 8, 2017 / 10:19 pm

      Thank you Anne for the comment. I am glad the post was encouraging.

      Despite your said condition I can see that God has been helping you to write and post meaningfully.

      Your comment about not watching TV for 8 years is a bit surprising. You must have a reason for not doing so. Would you mind sharing with us?

      I have drastically reduced my exposure to television, but I have no plans of doing away it completely. Obviously, blogging and reading have been more beneficial to me than TV watching.

      Thanks for the nomination in the quote challenge. I will share in it as required. Regards.

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