Who You Are Writing To Matters

Never forget who will read your story

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I don't care if you are writing to yourself or a specific figure. You need to consider who you are writing to while writing your articles or books. You will not get views, reads, and email subscribers if you are writing to write.

A while back, I was sitting at my computer. I completed an entire post and felt very…

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If you want to share something about your writing journey, writing in general, lessons learned, or whatever else about writing, this is the place.

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J.R. Heimbigner

J.R. Heimbigner

#1 Bestselling Author on Amazon and Top Writer on Medium. I write about faith, productivity, self-publishing, and investing. Learn more: jrheimbigner.com

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