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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

We want to hear your news and views on the writing world, your advice for fellow writers – and don’t forget to tell us what you would like to see featured in a future issue…

Write to: Letters to the editor, Writing Magazine, Warners Group Publications plc, 5th Floor, 31-32 Park Row, Leeds LS1 5JD; email: letters@writersnews.co.uk. (Include your name and address when emailing letters. Ensure all letters, a maximum of 250 words, are exclusive to Writing Magazine. Letters may be edited.)

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STAR LETTER

A personal message

Imagine my surprise on reading the editor’s letter (WM, Jan) to fi nd he was speaking to me!

Okay, forgive my little delusion there; however the message regarding waiting for the right time could not be more pertinent to me. I have been waiting for the ‘right time’ to start writing for the last few years, for a time when life would be more settled and I could sequester myself for hours at a time in my lonely garret.

While I was waiting, life has only become busier and even more stressful due a family member succumbing to dementia. It felt as if I would never get there. However, something strange has happened. Having set aside a room to write in that’s just for me, I now fi nd myself writing every day as escapism, and consequently having more creative ideas than ever. As a result my stress levels have lowered and I am less anxious about the future. So, my advice to other readers who are waiting for the right time is don’t – just do it! You may discover some unexpected benefi ts.

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