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Don’t Do This Mistake If You’re a Newbie Writer

Never edit your articles

Don’t Do This Mistake If You’re a Newbie Writer
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In fact, just proofread it. And let it go in front of the eyes of others.

Why you should do this?

  1. If you are just starting out, editing may be something you aren’t aware of much
  2. It may discourage you from writing and writing more

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Fasiha Imran

Fasiha Imran

Taking Small Steps to achieve my BIG Dreams. I write about Self-Improvement, Self-Awareness, Life Lessons, & Writing. https://fasiha345.medium.com/subscribe

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