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November 13, 2020 16 min
A lot of writers are perfectionists. Personally, I think this is funny because the big authors I have run into who are perfectionists seem to not be that great of writers (Great sentence construction there, am I right?). Now, I am against perfectionism, but that is for another podcast episode (or maybe I've posted one about that already. Who knows). Today we are going to talk about something that writers forget when they writer: the reader. But we are not going to talk about it in the way you think. We are going to talk about how the reader reads (Mind-blowing stuff. I know)\

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