My son is turning into a writer. And that is a good thing.
I mean, there are easier ways to live a life. “Get a job,” I could say, “a good paying job that has benefits and health insurance. Always insist on the health insurance.” Or I could list the benefits of submerging in corporate America, with its six-figure executive paychecks and winner-winner-chicken-dinner mentality. Success there seems so easy to measure.
The truth is, the writing path is one of heartbreak and insecurity.
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To read my entire guest post about whether or not I discourage my son from becoming a writer, head over to Southern Writers Magazine.
One Reply to “So My Son Wants to Become a Writer”
Mr Smucker, your posts are always so real and inspiring. Thank you for sharing your creativity and for giving me another reason to read!
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