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Why Articles Shouldn’t Be About Quotes

Improve your usage of quotes this way

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The world of blogs and articles is beautiful, with some of the most useful information available. Sadly, there is also a great problem that comes with constantly having certain expectations from this tiny enclave of writers that we have formed.

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Mwanikii

Mwanikii

Writer. Techie. History buff. If it changes the world I’m on its case. Open for gigs… freddynjagi@gmail.com! Published by the Writing Cooperative.

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