When a writer sits at their desks to tell a story or to write a poem, they must be prepared to work endlessly until they have created something powerful. This may require a few mere hours, or it could require days, weeks, months, or even years. During this time, writers bare their souls. They unleash their dreams, their fears, the essence of who they are. Storytelling requires sweat and blood. This sweat and blood leads to the formation of characters that are sometimes transformed into real beings by the readers. Therefore, writers are essentially creating life. They are penning the words that can cause cultural revolutions, that can push a shifting in societal norms, that can transport a person into a different world or into a different mindset.