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Why Being (a Little) Selfish Might Be the Best Thing You Do for Your Writing

One of my writer friends – and my fiction editor – Lorna Ferguson wrote some wise words in her email newsletter recently: Praise yourself for what you’ve achieved. Keep your promises to yourself when you say ‘I’ll have an early night’ or ‘I’ll go for that walk’. We don’t ever want to be described as […] The post Why Being (a Little) Selfish Might Be the Best Thing You Do for Your Writing appeared first on Aliventures.
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