“I just want them to remember me a hundred years from now. I don’t care that they’re not able to quote a single line that I’ve written. But just that they can say, ‘Oh, he was a writer.’ That’s sufficiently an honoured position for me.” –Rod Serling

One writes to stake one’s claim in history? Most writers then will die, frustrated, as great failures.

What do you think?

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