Great Quote by Joseph Addison

2020 01 22 Joseph Addison

Author: mage1999

About Serge ‘Mage’ Cote Why do I write? I believe in the butterfly effect. As small my influence may be on the planet, it is still influence. I want to orient it for the better. I write my book with the idea of bringing something good into this world. “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” – Edmund Burke I want my books to be a good place to be. A place that you visit often and feel good about it. I want my books to bring good energy so the readers will take action to make this world a better place. I want my books to guide those who don’t know why they feel so bad about their life. I want my books to be there after I’ll be gone. I want people to come back to them and use them in a positive way. “The greatest use of a life is to spend it on something that will outlast it.” – William James

3 thoughts on “Great Quote by Joseph Addison”

  1. I feel pretty similar right now about wanting to start a book, but so lost about what to focus on, do you mind me asking about how you knew the project you started was the right or did you just begin kind of on faith without knowing or having a hunch? I already write an hour each day and publish it, so it’s not about fear of not being liked, it’s not about not being able to get to work to write, but now that I actually have made the time it feels like no ideas stand out above any others… and knowing how you started would be helpful. 💡

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    1. Get yourself “On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft” by Stephen King. In my opinion, it’s the best book to find out if you have what is needed to become a writer. 🙂


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