Why I Write


Telling stories has always been a way of expressing my self, my beliefs and my feelings. I found that it can a drive a point more effectively than a long rhetoric. Stories have won me many friends when I was a kid. Especially horror stories. Kids like to scare themselves silly. I can have them cowering under the covers after I am finished. And since I love to read at a young age I never run out of tales to tell. And now that I am grown up I am happy to share stories I wrote myself. Though I remember having written a short novel when I was in highschool in one of my notebooks. My classmates read it and passed it around. I knew then that I wanted to be a writer. So thank you for sparing a minute or two from your busy lives and stopping by at my page to read some tales I’ve written. You bring a smile to my face. 🙂

My dream is to become a master story teller. From whom words will flow smoothly like water from an eternal spring. And everyday of my life I am working on that.


6 thoughts on “Why I Write

    1. Thank you. I’m glad you like them. I love both with equal passion though both requires a lot of time and concentration. Sometimes there isn’t enough time in a day. And my dog also demands a lot of attention.

  1. Thank you for visiting Inkspeare. I wish you much success in your career as a writer and artist. Blessings.

  2. You already are a master at the art of story telling Jofelyn 🙂 You have a great style of writing & subtle humor that I thoroughly enjoy. Keep at it woman!! 🙂

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