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Clark Kent: Having a Writing Alterego

Clark Kent: Having a Writing Alterego

As I learn the landscape of the indie writer scene, something I'm comforted to know is that most of us seem to have incredibly regular day jobs and use writing as a creative outlet. I thought I was the only one. I thought that I was out of place since I didn't go to school for writing or didn't feel a tormented muse struggling to escape through my words. I'm just a guy who likes to tell stories in my off time. 

I like to compartmentalize my work, family and writing and try to not let them bleed into each other. it's a hard balance to strike and if my obligations change, writing is always the first thing I cut back on or full on pause. 

I rarely talk about writing ar work and conversly don't include any of my work in my writing. I find that to be the most freeing and I wonder if others do the same. Are others Clark Kent by day and Superman at night?

Do you share your writing with your workmates?

Do you write about your work?  

What do you think of this story?

Heart eyes Beautiful  
Thinking face Thought-provoking  
Nerd face Inspiring 2
Grinning Entertaining  
Open mouth Jaw-dropping  
Cry Moving  
Money mouth face Biased  
Triumph Annoying  
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