Ask writing students why they write and you’ll usually arrive at a common spread of answers. Think about it yourself. If you’re reading this blog because you’ve decided to write for a living, what made you choose this path? Says author David Morrell, in his excellent how to write book, “The Successful novelist” (David of course, is the brains behind Rambo or “First Blood” as the franchise was known before it became a big screen series), there’s typically three responses: Money, fame and recognition You know, I went through this exercise and I admit getting it partially wrong—and I’ve been doing this for a while. So which of the above is correct? Ah, they’re all wrong, wrong, wrong. Money is scarce unless you’re prolific, lucky…