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Writing What You Want To Read

It’s Not Always A Value Add

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Writing what you want to read comes with some nifty perks, doesn’t it? If you want to read westerns and you can’t find one written in the style you like, then you as a writer can simply write one. Assuming you’re capable of writing a western. Some of us are and then some of us? Well, not so much. But then, the fact some of us…




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P.G. Barnett

P.G. Barnett

A published author enjoying married Texas bliss. Dog person living with cats. A writer of Henry James' stories. Featured In MuckRack. Top Writer In Fiction.

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