A place for readers. A place for writers. A place for thinkers. Yes, indeed, but allow the authors of wysb.me to describe this place to you in detail:
Paula S. Robin:
WYSB Presents: Paula S. Robin – The Secret of ‘S’
“In a world inundated with choices, ideas, options, opinions, and thoughts, it’s a challenging and sometimes real dilemma to discern and ponder how to spend our free time and energy. Understanding what both author and reader might want and need has been, and will be, one of Josh Nourse’s, the creator, top priorities at WYSB. WYSB was created to expand the mind and allow space for both creative writing and reading. Inspiration is all around us. Wouldn’t it be great if life imitated the poetry we read, the beauty of scripture and proverbs, and the intellect of a compelling novel well written? We hope that our words ignite, captivate, educate, entertain, and inspire our readers like a domino effect or a chain-link action. With so many choices, styles, and competition out there, the WYSB goal is to earn attention by creating blogs that are interesting, valuable, and worthy of your time and energy.”
WYSB Presents: Alexa Johns – ‘Alexa, play Deadly Beauty’
“Off the top of my heart, WYSB is a safe, supportive space to express the self, the inner and outer conflicts, and the highs and lows of life. It’s a glass looking into new perspectives, a shapeshifter for the mind, and a conduit for more critical questions. It’s a reconnection to something real, and it’s doing that reconnecting not so by yourself.”
“Someone told me that it is something like ‘digital therapy.’ With that said, we are not therapists and never claimed to be. Ideas, so long as they are being pursued, will continue to grow and expand. What started as a recovery blog for alcoholics and addicts, has now become something much bigger, with people from all walks of life using WYSB as a platform to share their individual stories, addict or not. I believe WYSB is out to prove the following point: Although we are all unique in our own right, by telling the truth about ourselves and sharing our experiences, what we find is that we are very much alike.” You’ll never walk alone. No, I am not a Liverpool supporter.