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How to Finish Your Book

And why you can’t

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Do you have a folder of novel openings? Have you got three chapters into your memoir and, somehow, five years has passed? Do you start books fully believing that you can finish them and then…well…end up abandoning them, afraid that they’re not good enough, original enough or just enough?

I was talking to a fellow author the other day who’s much more experienced than…

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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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