It’s Time To Tell Your Story

Your story needs to be told. No one can tell it like you. No one experiences it like you. I can’t write it for you. It’s your story, not mine.

It’s time you write your story.

Your story is informed by your experiences and reaction to them. Your story lingers in your head begging to be set free. Dare you expose what thoughts rest inside you? Nothing great happens without daring risks.

Now is the time to tell your story.

Your story might be a science fiction romp through the universe. It might be historical fiction. It might be a vampire romance. Or it might be autobiographical. It doesn’t matter – it’s your story to tell how you want it told.

There’s no better time than the present to write your story.

You can keep your story to yourself if you want, but at least get it out of your head and on paper or computer screen. No one has to read your story, it’s for you alone. But I promise when you do get your story out, it’ll make you feel accomplished. You’ll have done something worth shouting about. 

I want you to tell your unique story.

We all have stories within us. I think it’s part of being human. We carry thoughts and experiences around like energy in a battery. It fills us and powers us. We use them to relate to others. Sometimes we like to hold those stories close to us, but deep down, I think we all have a desire to share our story. 

This is your time to get your story out.

Every November during NaNoWriMo, hundreds of thousands of people decide it’s time to get their story out. They make the life-changing decision to finally let out what’s so long been rattling around in their head in a spectacular cathartic release. Isn’t it time you did the same? 

Your story needs to be told and only you can tell it. 

7 thoughts on “It’s Time To Tell Your Story

      1. I want to do that, the extra. I am actually leaving on an international mission trip on the 27th, plus there is Thanksgiving the 26th, so my schedule just got almost a week tighter.


      2. Wow, you will be pressed for time! My advice is to bank as many words as possible early in the month. You can do it!


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