2 comments on “Character, Integrity and a Career in Writing

  1. I think this is a great point. Even when writing fiction, the truth within allows the reader to relate. When creating a character or setting, realistic and truthful attributes go a long way in making a believable and readable story. Thanks for reminding us of the necessity of remaining true to our ethics even when writing fiction.

    • Thanks, introvertedknitter. Fiction often gets overlooked as something a writer must commit to integrity and truth, but it only makes for a stronger more credible bond between the story and the reader. Thanks for pointing that out!

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