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Writing for Platforms Has Made me More Creative than Ever

In contrast to Zulie Rane, I’ve had the opposite experience

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Encouraging yourself to write in any form of regularity is hard. You’ll hit hurdles, run out of ideas and may even lose the love of writing that made you start in the first place along the way. It’s a process, and like anything in life, it will have its ups and downs.

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Violet Daniels

Violet Daniels

Full time bookseller who is navigating the world one word at a time | Top writer in books & reading | Aspiring novelist | 📚

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