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Writing A 150,000-Word Pulp Novel In A Month, To Win A Bet

“I bet you five pounds that you can’t write a 150,000-word novel in one month. If you do it, you get the five quid and I publish the book. If you don’t, I get a fiver off you, and I have to go back to publishing local poets. I hate local poets. In fact, I […]
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