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When A Picture Helps You Create A Thousand Words

I’m a visual person and as I’m writing I often find myself on Flickr or YouTube looking for images and footage that will help me write. Just yesterday I was researching Mount Nebo in Jordan, using people’s holiday snaps and amateur videos to help me describe the landscape and setting. So I appreciate our guest [...] Related posts: The Rise of Indie Authors and How This Helps Publishing Despite being an introvert, I love public speaking, especially when.
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