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The Primary School Writing Advice That Helped Me Become a Writer

Without knowing it, a schoolteacher decided my fate in one afternoon

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Back when I read my first Enid Blyton novel, I remember feeling a jolt of wonder and excitement, the thrill of experiencing something new. As I read more books, my mind conjured up more stories of its own, adapting and building on the plots I…

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