The Illusion of Objectivity
Bridgette Adu-Wadier

Getting it right in the center is an impossible feat we can’t attempt to do every time. And we don’t grow from that. The best we can do is aim as close as we can and hope to improve, not perform.

I can’t escape the extreme irony here, that an article about writing naturally and in your own voice, is sponsored by an android presuming to tell writers how to write.

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