Writing is probably my Waterloo. However, this is not to say that I hate it. In fact, it is probably the most important reason why I blog.
If I could turn back the time, I would choose writing as a profession, as a career path. One, because it is I think one of the most rewarding career in the world, and your legacy lives on after you’re gone. You will be read, quoted (sometimes misquoted) and remembered with the books or articles you have written.
What kept me from pursuing that career path, you ask? Honestly, I was intimidated.
Primarily, because I will be writing in English as second language. I do not want to write and then allow someone to rewrite everything I have done. It would be self-defeating, at least, in my mind. Of course, I thought wrong.
In fact, a rewriter is more often useful in many ways. A rewriter more often can enhance, enlivened, and concretize thoughts that you have already produced in written form, so that they have more appeal and impact to your readers. You are still the architect behind the edifice, but you only let an engineer build it for you, so to speak. It may be a weak metaphor, but it captures in essence what rewriters do. Moreover, many professional writers and bloggers employ them today.
One of which is Human Rewriter. ‘Human’ was placed there to describe or to mean the nature of how they rewrite articles. Meaning, they do not use software to rewrite your work. Instead, a human rewriter read, scrutinize, and then rewrite every single sentence in your article to ensure that the result is a unique product that has no duplicate elsewhere. More so, their work ensures that your thoughts are rewritten in context, as you would have like them to be. I think, that is neat and is especially helpful for professional bloggers and online marketers.
Now, writing as a profession? Well, I guess with the help available, why not.