The unheard me and those who I represent.
To tell the truth, I really feel that I write for me. If I find the story entertaining then my readers will also and if I don't, then why would I expect more from my readers.
Those of the general public who wish to travel and experience different cultures
When I write about my 'cause', I imagine the person I'm talking to and i write for that person.
When I write for myself I do just that. I try to amuse myself and if I can laugh I feel great!
Myself first, others second. I write what I would like to read. I write the characters I love to read about. I'm just fortunate that others like my stories too!
In a weird way I write for myself. I like to write because it gives me the chance to clear my mind of something I've been thinking about for what can be a long time. I do like to share my stories with my friends and other people online (when it comes to fan fictions mostly) but really I am writing for myself.
My family, and readers in other parts of the world, so that they can learn about life in the rough and tumble frontier of Canada's Pacific Northwest.
I'm sure you meant to say, "...whom do you write for?" Forgive me, but with God's gift, the English language constantly under attack, we must be vigilant. But, back to your question. Not having particularly sharp insights into what the modern reader is looking for (and mindful that his taste in literature is probably as banal as his taste in Film and Music), I harbor no pretension of appealing to him. (As a throwback to another era, I resist the overly cute and bothersome his/her appellation.)
I write for myself. In this regard I'm one of the few people I trust, and I'm not always pleased with what I write. But, as I've said on several occasions, "I never claimed to be perfect. I thought I had made a mistake once, but I was wrong."
This is simple, I write so that I can impact, encourage, inform and inspire people lives. I want to leave a lasting positive imprint on people lives that have made them better.
I love this question. I'd have to say that I write for those who cannot speak for themselves. My heart bleeds for the fatherless. I must speak for them.
I write for teens, because I love that time of discovery and awareness when the world is truly at their fingertips.
I write for my children, because they will learn more by me chasing a dream than a lifetime of my great "Mom Lectures."
I write for my husband, who toils at a job he despises so that I might be given this chance.
I write for my mother, who sacrificed everything for us, and is the hardest working person I have ever met.
And finally, I write for my Daddy, because I never knew him. However, I was able to catch a glimpse of him when some personal letters were discovered some 25 years after his death. I realized then that the written word is never silenced, so I can't stop writing now.
I write for myself. It is cathartic and therapeutic for me during difficult or stressful times. I can arrange my thoughts much faster in poetry than in prose. Poetry gives me a chance to step back and see the situation as an observer to formulate truths and purpose in life.
Myself. I write what I want to read. But I really want to share it!
I write for me first.
I write for me. I'm not easily amused, so it can be a challenge to win me over. If I've managed to engage myself, that's a good sign that I might be able to interest other people.