Why We Write | Craig McLaughlin

I suppose I’m best described as an accidental writer. In my early thirties, mortality seemed to smack me in the face and I started to ask ‘what have I done with my life?’ The answer was not much and rather than change that, I decided I could at least capture some of my own thoughts and feelings on paper, on the off-chance I die before my kids get to know me. That noble goal aside, my main objective is to see the funny side in life. I have a lot of fun writing down my rambling thoughts and hope anyone reading them gets a few chuckles too. Writing helps me get things straight in my mind and more importantly in my soul.

— Craig McLaughlin | Spring Fling | Issue 1


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