X is for X Factor
Do you understand what separates you from every other non-writer?
Regardless of what scale you'd place your writing on, regardless of how many times you've tried to figure out why you write when so many normal people don't want to, or what you have that they don't ... it's simply the X Factor.
X Factor: noteworthy special talent or quality.
You, my dear writer, spend hours upon hours alone with a keyboard, creating characters, settings, and stories that have never been created in just that special way before. You share a piece of yourself with every scene you write.
But sometimes you forget just how special you are.
Repeat after me: I ... possess ... the ... X Factor.
Now, pat yourself on the back. Your imagination and effort has given readers more blissful moments than they could ever imagine.
Hi Joylene - thanks for the reminder ... X for the Xfactor, with so many have lots of fun along the way .. cheers HilaryReplyDelete
I possess the X Factor...ReplyDelete
I'd like to think I possess it and occasionally utilise it :)ReplyDelete
Pat just patted himself on the backReplyDelete
AWESOME- I'm so glad I read your post today because I learned something new. I have the X factor and didn't even know it. haha!! Fun post for sure.ReplyDelete
Love this, Joyce. OK, I possess the X Factor, even though sometimes I have to really dig deep to find it!ReplyDelete
Excellent encouragement! Thank you. Sometimes we do forget. :)ReplyDelete
Repeats after Joylene: I possess the X Factor...ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing the X-factor!ReplyDelete
yes, i do possess the X factorReplyDelete
This is what I wrote about today and I know I possess that X-Factor!ReplyDelete
Brilliant, the encouragement we need! :0)ReplyDelete
I need to hear that now and then. So many days I think I'm fooling myself.ReplyDelete
You make it sound so exciting. =DReplyDelete
~Patricia Lynne aka Patricia Josephine~
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Patricia Lynne, Indie Author
"I possess the X-factor."ReplyDelete
--I'm repeating after you, and I find this sentence very encouraging.
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I wrote about this, too! I like the affirmation approach, though. I will give it a go.ReplyDelete
We do share a piece of ourselves in every word.ReplyDelete
Hi human, Joylene,ReplyDelete
As a dog, I do not differentiate between a writer and a non-writer. The writer and the reader should share an intimacy. The reader, an integral part of the story shared.
All the best to anybody who put pen to paper, so to speak. Nice one, Joylene.
Pawsitive pawblsishing wishes,
I possess the X Factor!ReplyDelete