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The Best Way to Find Your Writing Niche

Finding a niche isn’t as simple as making a list of your skills.

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Aren’t you tired of reading the same information about finding your writing niche?

At this point, you’ve probably repeatedly read that to find your niche, you first need to pin down your skills and interests. “Make a list,” the successful writers suggest.




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I’m a self-discovery writer: I write as I grow, make mistakes, and learn. It’s a celebration of humanness.

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