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Why Being a Touch Naive May Be the Secret Ingredient to Being a Full-Time Freelance Writer

And why sometimes our negatives are our greatest strengths

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It was near the end of my senior year in high school when I first discovered I might be an idiot.

That’s when my classmates voted me Most Gullible. (Technically, because our class decided…

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Nicholas E. Barron

Nicholas E. Barron

A farm boy turned professional writer. Publishing stories about books, content marketing, and writing. | he, him, his 🏳️‍🌈

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