The Freedom to Write Should Be Celebrated Every Day
Monday was the 4th of July … a huge day in America. Many starts in early—this year, last Friday was mostly likely the kickstart. Flags were out. Families and friends gathered at picnics, barbecues, movies, and gatherings. All a good thing.
Cherish the fact that our Founding Fathers lit the author’s writing path with … freedom. Freedom for words and the creation of books. True independence.
- It’s America’s birthday. Meaning a celebration with family and friends.
- What happened within the walls of what became known as Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania was life-changing. The Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were both debated and adopted.
- Within the Constitution lies multiple Amendments. The First Amendment is essential and critical to what we authors do: Freedom of Religion, Speech, and the Press.
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Freedom of Religion, Speech, and the Press
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press, or the right of people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.
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Cherish the fact that our Founding Fathers lit our writing paths with … freedom. Freedom for our words and our books.
For ALL Authors and Writers globally, we should be joining in a universal cheer and celebration of the power of our words. Their meaning … their impact … their ability to make a difference … to create change … to solve problems … to relieve pain … to entertain. That’s a tremendous amount of power. It’s a very cool thing to think about this 4th of July week—wouldn’t you agree?
Think of the symbolic sparkler of the 4th. It’s in your hand representing your words, your passion, and your vision. Hold it high for the freedom to write that you should be celebrating every day.
I hope you spent time with your family and your friends. And honor yourself for what you do for so many. Our Founding Fathers would be proud.
Dr. Judith Briles is a book publishing expert and coach. Often, she must roll up her writing sleeves and become a Book Doctor, juicing up storylines and author words. She empowers authors and works directly with authors who want to be seriously successful and has been writing about and conducting workshops on publishing since the ’80s. Judith is the author of 37 books including Author YOU: Creating and Building Your Author and Book Platforms, Snappy Sassy Salty: Wise Words for Authors and Writers, and How to Create a $1,000,000 Speech. Her personal memoir When God Says NO-Revealing the YES When Adversity and Loss Are Present is a #1 bestseller on Amazon. Collectively, her books have earned over 45 book awards. Judith speaks throughout the year at publishing conferences.
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