Monday, March 29, 2010
I think writers are, in many ways, like farmers. Some paper or blogs are their land. They need to invest their time and efforts into sowing the seeds of creativity, fertilizing it with their imagination, and nurturing their crops until they are ready for harvest. The only hope is that their produce will be able to secure a share of the market. The market is a very important end, because writers need to sell their ware in order to survive, and to be able to produce more and better.
Though there are several good writers who have successfully captured the market, there are many more who are still struggling toward that end. Are there any publishing houses willing to offer a little help in that direction? Is there anybody else reading this who can also help?
This is my personal appeal. My land has been barren for long. I wish to revive it once again. You may see samples of my produce in my scripts and poetries blogs. I can produce much more and better if I'm supported by a market. If anybody reading this post can help me sell my ware (specially through the print media), please come forward.