On Troubled Writers

There are many writers who where troubled in their lives, and one has come to mention. Have you ever heard of Ernest Hemingway? I bet you have. He’s one of the writers who have gotten troubled. I don’t pay much attention to those, and only would rather read their books. Sometimes when a writer goes into something they aren’t supposed to be in it messes up their lives. The smart writer is the one who goes does their thing and minds their  own business. Truman Capote was into trouble writing a novel called In Cold Blood, and has paid dearly for it. These kinds of problems never go away. He went to the thief’s cell, and started interviewing him. He also started cussing and making fun of famous people while being drunk. He was also a controversial figure. Most writers just write books, and go away from these illegal problems. These writers have had shares of their problems probably on their childhoods. Sometimes they get bad publicity. I think by having a healthy writing lifestyle and healthy life is best. Not every writer lives in comfort, because of their lives having complicated problems. There were still more writers who have had troubled lives, and those I’ve mentioned were a few of them.

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