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5 Things I Wish I’d Known When I Became a Writer

The obstacles in my path were put there by me

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They say that hindsight is 20:20 and I’m inclined to agree. When it comes to building a career as a writer, I had no idea how much my own attitude affected my work and progress. Or rather, I could see how it affected my achievements but not how it affected the negatives – the rejections and the years spent…

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Kitiara Pascoe

Kitiara Pascoe

Outdoor Adventure Writer | Author of In Bed with the Atlantic (Fernhurst, 2018) | New books coming 2022 | kitiarapascoe.com | Youtube: https://bit.ly/3uQPWh3

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