I admit, I am not a scrupulous individual, but I can only encourage you to try your hand at some sort of writing--Catholic culture is in full retreat and new works are sparse. We need people of this generation bringing forth new stories that celebrate, explore and defend all the values that are important to us as a people of the true Faith.
If you permit yourself to read fiction, I'd love some feedback from someone with a sharper edge than my own--the Kindle, if you have one, copy will only set you back a few dollars. But really, perhaps it was a question of timing when you were told to avoid writing--you may be able to approach it differently now. We need Catholic artists so desperately--people are not converted by philosophy books, but by the media and stories they encounter. We need to make those stories happen.
I'm not trying to heap pressure on you, but encouragement. And thanks for your interest in my project here!
Thanks. Kinda tired, and I've a soul to save under an empty see. Case of an over full plate.
Besides the last "order" stands, even from a fake though well meaning priest, with none to countermand.
I don't think that you'd find my feedback useful. As I said, I find most fiction to be irreconcilable with either Moral Theology or Moral Philosophy. "May be" or "probably" acceptable, again and esp. under an empty chair, potentially influencing countless souls, is unsat.
The "full retreat" would be checked in large part when the emperor and his mockingbird cardinals is admitted to be jay bird naked, instead of aided and abetted by people who seem to think that a sacristy is an opium den.
I do get that fiction can be a very effective, and so dangerous, means to permeate the otherwise impermeable.
This should be a good indicator of why you really don't want my input, but it's kind of you to ask.