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How Most Writers Waste Their Time

I’m preaching to the choir with this one.

For most writers, writing itself is not a full-time profession. That means that writing gets squeezed into the cracks and shoved into morning and nighttime routines.

I myself am currently in a window between university and job hunting where I get to write…

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