It is my opinion that the key to succeeding at
anything is understanding why you do it. For example, if you don’t know why you need to learn how to find the simplest version of a(b+3(8-9))(42)=b-c(3+a), then chances are you won’t make it very far as a Mathematician. (It’s 42a(b-3)=b-c(3+a) by the way), This rule applies to everything you do in life, if you don’t know why you do something, then it quickly becomes monotonous and pointless. Why then would someone write? After all, aren’t all the ideas used up?The obvious reasons are simple, people enjoy doing it, it offers entertainment to the public, and for some, it’s a source of revenue. But why? Why would people spend $115 on a set of books about a bunch of people who don’t exist, who practice make-believe magic? Perhaps people read and write fiction as a way to get away from their world. But why would they? A lot of people have it really good in this world, and quite a few beloved books don’t end on a very happy note. I don’t really know why I want to write, or why anyone would want to read it, but I do know that I enjoy it, and I hope you enjoy reading whatever I put out there.