Ah, yes, writers exude insecurity and flood the world with their self-doubts. At least that's the stereotypical version of a writer. We can be notorious, though, for insecurity and self-doubts among our close friends and fellow writers, stereotype or no. I think a writer who isn't must be some kind of psychopath. I'm going through a bit of a rough patch of insecurity and self-doubt right now -- of course when I have the most writing to do -- and was reminded again by Damyanti over at Daily (W)rite that there's actually a blog of writers that a solitary writer like me can go to for support and encouragement. I'm reblogging her post below.
why africans insist on getting their future daughter inlaw pregnant before giving their consent for marriage
since God is against premarital sex then he will definitely be against a pregnancy that results from it but why do people insist especially Africans? 1,349 more words