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Curiosity: The Path to Finding Your Voice

Learning the craft of writing is one thing. There are lots of classes and books that can help you understand both the fundamentals and the nuance of story, dialogue, character, and description. If you don't like books and classes, you can also just write as much as you can and you will eventually learn that dialogue is most provocative when characters don't say exactly what they mean, and that nouns and verbs are the bones and muscles of all descriptive writing.
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