What do you like about writing
Party Girl (The Girls, #1) by Rachel HollisLandon Brinkley’s dreams are all coming true. She’s landed an internship with the fabulous Selah Smith, event planner for the Hollywood elite, taking her from small-town Texas to the bright lights of LA. Landon soon finds herself in a world in which spending a million dollars on an event—even a child’s birthday party—is de rigueur and the whims of celebrity clients are life-and-death matters. At first, the thrill of working on A-list parties and celebrity weddings is enough to get Landon through the seventy-five-hour workweeks and endless abuse at the hands of her mercurial boss. But when the reality of the business reveals itself, she’s forced to make a choice: do whatever it takes to get ahead, or stay true to herself.
Drawing on the author’s real-life experiences as an event planner to the stars, Party Girl takes readers on an adventure among Hollywood’s most beautiful—and most outrageous—people, revealing the ugly side of Hollywood’s prettiest parties.
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What Do You Like About Writing? 10 Writers Share
I once knew a man who spent his meager severance package on a nifty new computer so he could write his bestselling novel. And there was the sound system that would support the writing. Oh, yes, and also the ergonomic chair. I have yet to read any writing from him, bestselling or otherwise. You could count on him to savage any bagels or muffins, to slurp coffee and leave early because he had an important call.
Are there times when you hate it? Of course. I want you to think about that. What started out as a writing course has turned into a wonderful writing community where I enjoy hanging my hat. Tribe Writers are great people, doing great things and so I asked them earlier this week if they would share quotes for this post about what they love most about writing. Writing is like a soothing balm to my soul — cleansing, refreshing, and renews life within! What I love most about writing are the moments of resonance: when my words sound in someone and bring the healing, laughter, or understanding they need to live out loud.
Everyone has their own answer to this question — there is no right or wrong response. Some people do it to relieve stress or sort through their emotional baggage. Others do it to stay connected with the outside world.
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Writing has given me my sense of me…
The one thing I love most about writing is the freedom it gives me to live my life the way I want to live! Sandy Kreps, ModernSimplicity. The one thing I love most about writing is that it gives me the opportunity to share big ideas with so many people I would never have the chance to meet in person! Christine Goodner, SuzukiTriangle. The one thing I like most about writing is that I can share with others and help them in some way. Vikki Walton, VikkiWalton. The one thing I love most about writing is that it connects me to every period of history, every culture on earth, every human experience.