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Are You Guilty Of This In Your Writing?

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I finished reading a novel recently. It was a good book, but it had its flaws. Every book has some flaws. We look past most of them unless they become too numerous to ignore. The problem wasn’t the plot or any of the characters. The problem was slightly more annoying. The author had a few crutch phrases he used repeatedly.

Crutch — Something that is relied on excessively as…

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Barry Davret

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