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Writers’ Blokke

Writing Your Best While Another Takes the Credit

The downside to ghostwriting vis-à-vis its upside

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The dopamine rush that an aspiring writer feels upon seeing his or her by-line in a magazine or newspaper is beyond description.

Double, maybe even quadruple, of that happy hormone seizes a writer as s/he holds a copy of his/her first published book.

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Josephine Crispin

Josephine Crispin

Published author, editor, storyteller; 200+ of her books were published conventionally with some on pinoypub.ph; two are self-published on Amazon KDP

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