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3 Ways Writing From Multiple Points of View Boosts Your Writing

There really are two (or more) sides to every story

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We’re nearing the end of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), so you’re either racing toward the finish line or if you’re like me, slowly inching toward it. No matter where you are in your writing journey, the truth is that we all get stuck along the way.

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Essays about life, culture, money, writing, books, and introversion. I like to dip my toes in a variety of topics. I publish articles sporadically.

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Angela M Ward

Angela M Ward

Communications and digital marketing professional, interested in creativity, personal development and mindful living. Top Writer in Reading.

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