History of I Love to Write Day
Delaware-based author John Riddle created I Love to Write Day in 2002. John Riddle has a habit of writing books for the past thirty years, and he had written nearly 34 books so far. The main aim behind the creation of this day is to have people of all ages to spend some time writing. I Love to Write Day is observed by many different organizations, schools, churches, community halls, and even shopping centres. It includes all genres, from novels to poetry to writing into your local newspaper with the circumstance that you have always wanted to make but never found time for before. Riddle said “Peoples can write a poem, letter, greeting card, short story, essay, novel, and the possibilities are endless. They need to be challenged in this modern era, and writing is the best way to express themselves.” He also said I Love To Write Day has the capability of producing another Mary Higgins Clark, John Grisham, Stephen King or Toni Morrison. Hence it is a perfect day to write something on the paper.
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How to Observe I Love to Write Day
The best way to celebrate the I Love to Write Day is by writing something on the paper. If you are not a lover of writing, then take this day as an opportunity to start the habit of writing. Help your friends and family members to understand the benefits of Writing. Post pictures and share your thoughts on social media by using the hashtag #ILovetoWriteDay.