All writers have to think about censorship on occasion. Kristin helps put it in perspective.
Thanks for the shout-out, Diana! 🙂
I went to Kristin’s blog and left a comment. Great topic for me. I am a person who lives life by self-censoring so as not to hurt anyone’s feelings. When it comes to writing, I avoid “button-pushing” topics because I don’t like controversy and I have to censor parts of my memoir that deal with people (like my ex and his family) from whom I will never get permission to reveal their true names. I stay true to events, but have to mask identifying details.
But, as you probably know, when it comes to censoring anything about my life, I am a tell-all kind of gal. I believe my story (or parts of it) can help others with whatever may be going on in their lives.
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