Write 2 Be Magazine

For the Artists Who Like to Remain Strictly Out of the Box

Letter From the Editor

This month I wanted to focus on the importance of learning and exploring different genres in writing. It is very easy to find a niche in your writing career and want to stay there, right in that box that seems to be working for you. When you find satisfaction you like to be content in being satisfied but that could end up getting you in a rut. It’s good for a writer who wants a long lasting career to not only read in different genres but to also explore writing in different genres. Now you may not end up predominately publishing in the different genres but it’s always good to know where your strengths and weaknesses lie as a writer. You won’t know if you could be a good mystery or science fiction writer if you never attempt to write in those genres. So this month I have a selection of articles that discuss the various different genres you have at your disposal to write in. There is a great benefit in broadening your scope.


Uniquely Yours,


Jimmetta Carpenter



About jcladyluv

Jimmetta Carpenter was born and raised in the Prince George’s County Maryland and has had a very big imagination since a very early age. She has been writing poetry since she was in elementary school around the age of ten. Her love of words has allowed her to express herself in ways in which verbally she can not. She is a freelance writer, blogger, and the author of a collection of poetry, The Art of Love under the Pseudonym Gemini, and a novel titled The Diary: Succession of Lies under the Pseudonym Jaycee Durant. She is looking forward to producing two new online magazines, Write 2 Be, and Write 2 Be*Kids, in 2013 under Write 2 Be Media Co. She is currently working on her third and fourth novels and is looking forward to having a very long and rewarding career in writing and hopes that through living out her dreams she can inspire someone else out there to realize theirs. Her advice to other up and coming authors is to NEVER stop believing in your dreams and don’t ever be afraid to dream big.

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