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Why Write: The Nature vs Nurture of Writing

The nature vs nurture of writing is not simply a question of ability vs focus. Nor is it a question of opportunity cost of developing as a writer. Opportunity cost would be deciding a harder or simpler path because the other […] The post Why Write: The Nature vs Nurture of Writing appeared first on Long Tail Writing.
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