Behind Me

“Who do you write for?”

The question had always bothered me. “Self” sounded unprofessional; “others” sounded too commercial.

Then it struck me. You write for self, but edit for others.

 

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About John Northcutt Young

I write. Remember making-up stories from spelling words in the fifth grade. A journalism degree followed. Thanks for looking.
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2 Responses to Behind Me

  1. G. Z. Kieft says:

    This truth is miserable.

  2. Yes. Thanks for reading.

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