I write partly from curiosity, but the real reason is more elusive. Even after a rewarding career as a non-fiction science writer and published author, I still don’t have an answer. I do know that writing intrigues me. Also, I’m good at it. But slow.
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A newsletter for the comfortably curious
I'm writing up a storm for my newsletter "Jump In." I post every two weeks on Substack, a platform for a slew of well-known, and not-so-known writers. My newsletter posts fall into two categories. In Curiosities, I write about anything that piques my curiosity. In Unsettled, I write short segments on an American family history--mine. Each post will leave you mildly entertained or modestly informed, possibly both. It's fun for me to write and free for you to read.* Give "Jump In" a try, click here.
Linda G. Harris
Does one ever stop writing? ---Opal Lee Priestley