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Your Two-Year Plan for Writing, Editing and Publishing Your Novel (However Busy You Are)

Have you ever told yourself something like this: “Once I have a bit more time, I’ll start work on that novel.” “Once life is less manic, I’ll get back to my novel.” “If only I could take a year off work, I could finally write my novel.” A novel is a major undertaking. But it’s […]
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