If you marry a writer


Let us all face it; the world can be a dark place we crave companionship – someone to rely on, to trust to have our backs, to love and be loved by. Some believe marriage isn’t for them, there are others who want to get married, but are worried and haven’t taken the big step yet because they’re waiting for the one.

Fear no more, the perfect match is here..Marry a writer! I have million reasons why you should marry a writer. I could go on and on and on because I am a writer.

Writers understand commitment. – finishing articles and totally dedicated to everything we do in our life. A writer is admittedly, flawed and slightly crazy. But you will also find a person who isn’t scared to commit to you. And that’s important, because everyone deserves someone who will love them and will prioritise their spouse’s well-being and happiness. And that my friend, takes commitment.

No maintenance problem. A cup of coffee. A hug when we feel low. A warm blanket for when we fall asleep on the couch. Writers love love. Basically, any tiny thing you do to show you love us and care for us is going to matter such as journals, bookmarks, and nice pens are acceptable anniversary gifts.

Writers are well read. So any possible disaster that could occur, you can bet we’ve read about it. And prepared for it.

With our creative gears constantly spinning, we’re always coming up with new and interesting things to do and say, romance can be innovative.

When we get published somewhere awesome, it will always be an excuse to celebrate.

Writers can find thousands of ways to tell you how much they care and love you.

Writers go to interesting events with interesting people. Get ready to mingle with fascinating intellectuals and artists such as book events, poetry sessions and bookstores.

Writers use all of their senses. They are passionate about their work and passionate about their lives. Any relationship that is filled with passion is a relationship that is worth trying on!

Writers deal with criticism and rejection daily. Heartbreaks dont bother. They are ready to face crisis.

Love letters and notes are what you would find in your pockets.

Whether it’s going out to dinner, seeing a concert, or traveling the world, we will treat every experience like a story. We will always enjoy our time and ensure that you do the same.

The ups and downs of marrying a writer will keep you on your toes, but in the end the reward is overwhelming. Fall in love with a writer, become their companion, because the story inside them is more beautiful than anything an ordinary relationship could conjure.

For these reasons and more you should definitely turn your romantic eyes towards your nearest Starbucks, may be you will find that girl writing and having her coffee and she will open your eyes to a whole new world.

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6 thoughts on “If you marry a writer

  • October 3, 2016 at 11:17 am

    Loved this to the core may be because I write, I live every experience you have written but we have this bad habit of expecting little something in return. It hurts sometimes. Isn’t it Roma?

  • October 1, 2016 at 8:53 pm

    Oh! Writers definitely would make lovely companions. I agree they are full of stories and since this post has [ am assuming ] a girl at the centre of the entire narrative then yes .. she would make sure your life isnt dull at all.

  • September 30, 2016 at 8:47 pm

    This has been one of the best comments I have ever received. Thank you. Tell me where do you live, may be we can plan.

  • September 30, 2016 at 5:54 pm

    Whoa! That is definitely a brilliant compilation and I agree to everything 🙂 And the Starbucks part- yup 🙂

  • September 30, 2016 at 5:30 pm

    I now want to meet you, as more similarities here!
    I absolutely loved this post. You’ve framed all that you’ve shared so well! Brilliant!:))

  • September 29, 2016 at 11:28 pm

    hey, is it a kind of self promotion or what!! nevertheless, after reading this post, I am literally in love with the writers… described so well… I think I should head towards Starbucks right away.. 🙂

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