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Keep Writing, For You Don’t Know Who Needs Your Words

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Writing is a lonely job. You sit down at your keyboard; you spill your thoughts on it and you cross your fingers so that the output conveys what you wanted to say. Then you publish and you send it out to the world, not knowing if there will be anyone who reads it, anyone who sees the real you, shining through your words.




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Zita Fontaine

Zita Fontaine

Writer. Dreamer. Hopeless romantic. Newsletter: Email me: zitafontaine (at) gmail

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