Why Should I Share My Story?



These are questions every potential writes asked themselves. Is my story worthy of being told? Will anyone want to read it? Will it be boring, rejected or not liked? Who am I to author a book?

All great questions and easily answered. Everyone has a story to share. No matter who you are. No matter what you do. No matter your age. No matter your gender. Every single person has a story to tell. In the past story telling was an art form. It was cherished and handed down from one generation to the next. The wisdom and grace of storytelling was considered a gift. Those who kept the stories were revered and respected.

Today should be no different. You have wisdom to impart. You have obstacles you have overcome. You have endured things and rallied back from defeat. You have survived what you thought would be the death of you. You raised children. You fell in and out of love. You married, you divorced and you lived to tell about it. No matter your past there is something you can share and give to the world.

We all have pearls of wisdom and great advice to share with the women coming behind us. We need to remember that there is a woman standing in the shoes we were in waiting for us to tell her she will survive. Waiting for some hope, some light and encouragement. Waiting to be blessed and touched by your story!

So take out pen and paper and start writing! And get ready to share your beautiful, powerful and unique story with the world. It is my mission to help 10,000 women to share their stories! I know writing heals your soul and helps another woman begin to heal too.


Author: WOM Enterprises Publishing and Promotion

My mission is to help people find their voices, write their stories and share them with the world. My goal is to help 10k people to have their voices heard. There is power in our words and in sharing our stories. We can give hope and light to another and we can change the world together. So reach out to me and let's get it done.

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