The curse in writing.
.Writing my last post - www.alsdominion.co.uk/the-reading-room/munich-beer-festival, I am reminded of the curse of a writer.
We cannot and should not be blamed for how a reader interprets our writing.
Like many writers before me and more to come, my stories have and continue to be misread by readers. When I write a story, that is all I am doing in my mind, writing what I think is an exciting story.
I am in no position to preach when I write a story with a Christian theme, I've had no formal training in Theology/Religious Studies, and I am no Biblical expert.
Some of my friends think I could have missed my vocation in life as a man of the cloth - www.alsdominion.co.uk/home/did-i-miss-my-vocation-in-life.
So, remember if you see a post with a hymn on it, I am NOT pushing religion on you; all it means is the title caught my eye for a post and the music is eye-candy to catch the readers, I do enjoy the music I put on here but I am not trying to convert you.
I am turning my writing to the dark side where anything goes, as I feel this could be what the readers are looking for.
As the Native American philosophy says "Do not condemn a man until you have spent a week in his life."
I write the story, how it is read can be far from how I intended it to be read as we all have different views through living our lives.