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5 Ways to be a Productive Writer in a World of Distraction

? This is a post by Gary Korisko. Gary is a long-time friend of Write to Done, and is now our Associate Editor - which means you'll be hearing much more from him going forward! Imagine yourself in this scene… You settle in to write in your perfect spot. It might be a cozy, perfectly arranged office that you love - or maybe your spacious deck overlooking the ocean. … Read More » The post 5 Ways to be a Productive Writer in a World of Distraction appeared first on Write to Done.
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