Reasons Why I Write
By: Aaron Templin
I write because . . .
The writing I engage in my life aims toward both professional and personal reasons. Professionally, I submit documents for academic gratification while being recognized as a published writer. Personally, I write in order to brain dump whatever is on my mind into an organized work on a piece of paper.
I like to write . . .
I like to write on topics that surround my personal interests. I enjoy writing article on sports, business, innovations, and personal hobbies. I like to document events that have occurred in my life that have left a significant impact on me as well as key locations that I have visited.
I enjoy writing about . . .
I enjoy writing preview article of upcoming sporting events as well as analysis articles about the results from the game. I enjoy collecting and documenting stats, significant occurrences in the game, and interviews from players, coaches, or staff managers.
I’ve written . . .
I have written persuasive essays, creative stories, personal narratives, profile pieces, short features, magazine features, newsletters, newspaper articles, sports stories, reviews, and opinion based articles.
I’ve published . . .
I have published several professional works especially in regards to sports. In high school and in the beginning of college I was a published writer for my school’s newsletters, newspapers, and daily blogs.
I’d like to write . . .
I would like to start writing my own sports blog. Create a website where I can start threads and create stories with images, graphs, and charts for me to publish as well have an interactive fan base that can write their opinions as well.