What Kind of Writer Are You?


Freedom Writer

I like to write books that challenge people to think beyond what they know (think) exists; releasing people from the limited ways in which we tend to think and feel. So I strive to produce content that is thought provoking and cultivates the mind. My goal is to free the minds of all people through truth, using digital technology to create unique reading experiences. I do this because the mind is where the spiritual is, and it is my belief that if a people are not spiritually and mentally free in truth, then they are not free at all.


Your Turn!

I thought this would be a fun exercise for writer’s to outline their writing goals by asking themselves what kind of writer they are, and from there to list the reasons why they write. Who would like to play?

  • In 1-2 words, give us a catchy phrase that best suites the kind of writer you are. Mine is “Freedom Writer”.
  • In 100 words or less, explain why. It’s important to keep it short. This will help us to clearly define our goals.
  • You can leave a comment to this post or write a post of your own like mine, your choice. If you do your own post, just ping-back so I see it. It’s no fun if we can’t support each other.
  • ALL Bloggers Welcome! – If you are not a writer you can give your blogging goals. Same rules apply.

So….yall game or lame? Don’t leave me hanging, let’s have some fun 🙂 !

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Yecheilyah Ysrayl is an author, book blogger and poet of black historical fiction and poetry. She also writes inspirational nonfiction and urban fantasy. "I write to restore black historical truth for the freedom of all people." Visit her online at yecheilyahysrayl.com.

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