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Can you write a novel in 3 weeks?

For most of us it takes a considerable amount of time to write our novels, but Anthony Burgess took just 3 weeks to write A Clockwork Orange. Sure, NaNoWriMo writers may generate a “novel” in the 4 weeks of November,...
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