My Writing Manifesto

G.S. Viereck  (LOC)
G.S. Viereck (LOC)

I will write factual, complete, and detailed accounts of the human experience, or my life events.  I will do so without permission, and doing so for nothing more than to chase my passion, and regardless of the opinion of others.  Above all else, no time and no words shall I waste.

Cover image was a public domain photograph, taken circa 1910, courtesy of The Library Of Congress.  This post was inspired by The Writer’s Manifesto: Stop Writing to Be Read & Adored, written by Jeff Goins.

How To Spread Your Ideas: Write A Manifesto


  • Kitty

    It really depends though. If you are just narrating then sure. However if you are sharing an opinion on something, on purpose or not you will leave a piece of yourself in your writing. I agree with him but on a situational basis.

  • Oyeyipo Oladele

    Whaooo, picture taken for that long still cool to view like this. You must be a good achiever. I have known you to be a good photographer and a productive writer. Thanks for this piece.

  • Raya

    Thanks for sharing this. I think it is nice to write as factual as you can. If only I can write things exactly how it happened.

  • Wilson Jake

    Many writers needs to read this; They need to Stop Writing to Be Read & Adored but pour out their mind and their creative skills. We should start writing factual, and complete articles. No more gossips

  • jolly555

    I like this, how to spread your ideas write a manifestos irrespective of what anyone have got to say. It is words,ideas and opinions.

  • brainedet

    Writing is power. It gives us the best option of telling our story just the way we should. It’s the best way out.

  • esgyll

    This is really a great advice to live by. However, with the great power of words, we still must exercise caution when sorely needed. The written word is so powerful it could cause absolute chaos waiting to be unleashed by a madman’s pen.

  • Grace Kim

    You can never achieve much if you are afraid of other people’s opinions. Sheer determination and focus will definitely help you overlook that.

  • David Mureithi

    People at times tend to write to impress others. It is not the best. It should be the truth no matter the criticism you get.

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