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get the words out.
Write in any genre in
300 words or less.
Hit publish.
Read. Be Read.
Write. Now.
I cannot remember doing anything with any art. Perhaps it is freelance writing/editing, but not even working on my book (or the rough approximate of what might be considered a book) is enough to spark that "in the zone" feeling. Hours spent at my manuscript after hours spent at(more)
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Well, thank you for introducing me to The Legend of Writ, but I've gotten a handle on this newfangled "communication" whatsit. I(more)