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Write What You Know Isn’t An All Sweet Good Advice.

Because it doesn’t mean that when you write what you don’t know you can’t use what you know.

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How many times have you heard this speech:

Write what you know?

Personaly, I would say more than the Coronavirus' precautionary steps:




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Elias Netshilavulu

Elias Netshilavulu

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