You know, I’m just a writer.
I’m not an author, poet, scribe.
I write. Everything. Anything. Everywhere. Anytime. I can’t stop myself.
My first book was an original, single-copy, hand-bound, large-format piece called Sandy’s First Story. No hype there. I was four. It gained a wide audience, if you call grandparents, my father, aunt and uncle a wide audience. The work was lost to time and memory until my grandmother conjured it from a dusty box in 1998. I love that woman.
Words are just letters strung together until they are put into a context. Oh my, I have context.
And here you are, wondering who else I am. You’ll find out as I do when I post my writing here. You’ll find paradoxes and contradictions. I grow, think, learn. When I stop doing that, I hope it is because I no longer have a pulse.
©2012 by Sandra Davidson
That’s a lovely story about your grandmother and the book.
Thank you for browsing and reading! I appreciate your visit and your comment.
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I love the comments I read. I don’t have a clue what the protocol is, but thank you for reading and commenting! Writer, reader, teacher and all else we are.
I love your nice to meet you. Sometimes you can’t be categorised as an author or poet or journalist. Sometimes you can just say that you are a writer because you simply just write.
Compelling restlessness to write. Quite right, piarve.
thanks for visiting and following my blog. hope you find something that moves you in some way in my words.
hah I know the feeling. I’m a college student, and I do it online so I have certain deadlines and requirements to meet, I have case management and therapy appointments every week, I help take care of my four year old nephew, work on my fiction/blogs/journaling, and yet somehow I still end up insanely bored. I don’t know how I do it.
And, you sound like a wonder person to know.
oops, I meant wonderful. I just caught it, sorry.
Thank you for your comments on my posts; they really helped me, because I was beginning to think that no one would ever read anything I’ve written, so the fact that you offered such encouraging words really gave me some hope and inspiration.
I’m pleased I had some quiet time this morning to delve into your blog. It’s been on my interested list, and my to-do list is more pressing at times (I’m a household procrastinator who despises dusting). The house is asleep (shhh) for a short while so…I’m freee.
I’m glad I could encourage you. No doubt you will encourage others—likely me!