Famous Quotes: Gustave

GustaveHello everyone! Hola todos! Hallo iedereen! Konnichiwa minna! Is everyone doing well? Last week I was browsing for some quotes that were uttered by famous literary writers when I came across a quote that describes me and my dilemma with regards to writing.

I am irritated by my own writing. I am like a violinist whose ear is true, but whose fingers refuse to reproduce precisely the sound he hears within.
– Gustave Flaubert

Just as the quote suggests I have so many stories and ideas in my mind and they seem so good to me that when I think about them I become so excited. However, to be able to get all of them down on paper is another story. Sometimes I wonder why am I really writing and for whom? That is because many times I get so frustrated with myself that sometimes I want to give up on writing.

But in the end I don’t give up on it because I enjoy it and I want to also be able to give my readers something new and interesting to read. I selfishly do it for myself as well as for my current and future readers. Besides, I’m not the kind of person to give up very easily. I’m stubborn like that, lol. My message for you today is to never give up something you like because it is or seems to be a little challenging. even if it is very challenging you should stick with it. After all hard work does pay off. I guarantee that.

Don’t forget to like comment and share and could you please comment on why do you write or do whatever it is that you do?

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Author: Angie's Inspiration

My name is Angie Ignacio, I currently live in The Netherlands but I am originally from a very small five (5) square mile island in the Dutch Caribbean called Saba. I enjoy learning new things, meeting new people, dancing, singing, watching anime and reading manga comics. I also enjoy listening to Asian (Japanese, Korean and sometimes Chinese) music. I am trying to learn the Japanese language since I am such a big fan of Japan. I am also a published author of two books a poetry book called I'm Only Human and children's picture book called Baby Toucan.

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