Why Your Writing Should Never be Perfect

Perfect — Something flawless without faults or defects. I promise you this isn’t your writing.

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I’m having one of those days today. As I write chapters for my latest book, that little chirping on my shoulder is telling me how bad my writing is. Now no one will ever read it, and what on earth do I think I am doing? Some days I feel like I have hit the ceiling with my writing. It’s a terrible…

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Mason is an author and a teacher. He loves to write and read and will always be a life-long learner. https://www.patreon.com/masonsabre

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