Am I literary artist?

February 20, 2023, prompt: In 99 words (no more, no less), write a story about what it means to be a literary artist. You can pull from your own experience, re-imagine the idea, or embody something else in a character. Be playful, go deep, and let your story flow. Go where the prompt leads!

From internet; what’s a literary artist;

A writer who crafts with words and attempts repeatedly to achieve that designation of value is a literary artist. Therefore literary art is the pursuit of studying and writing literature.


Being given the distinction of a literary artist is indeed an honor for me. Writing is something that came naturally to me and it’s a relatively new experience for me.

I’m a blogger, a writer, and a narrator of whatever is going through my mind, but I’m no artist. That term implies that a lot of creative effort is involved in my writing.

I cannot write tales after laying down a plot line, and neither can I create fiction that encompasses a book-length story.

But to be counted among these exalted wordsmiths, it would be a great honor indeed!


Word count; 99

Written in response to 99 Word Story, hosted by Charli Mills



68 thoughts on “Am I literary artist?

  1. Nice blog post Sadje. Great question as well and the answer it is Yes, I am a Literary Writer because I am a Writer who crafts my own words and use my brain power to come up with words out of thin air related to my niche. I believe all writers and bloggers are literary artists it depends on how you look at it🔥🔥💯

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  2. You are indeed a talented literary artist, Sadje. You definitely craft with words and eloquently express thoughts and lessons that the rest of us benefit from…as well as sharing your imagination. Thank you for continuing to craft your art! 💞💞💞

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