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If You Build It They Will Come

Like many amateur writers just getting started, I had the lofty goal of writing my first book.

I figured I would follow in the footsteps of countless writers before me and lock myself in a room, only to emerge once I had dragged the first draft kicking and screaming into this big, scary world.¹

In case you haven’t noticed, this stigma of the tortured creative suffering in isolation is…

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Writer, designer, bad pun refiner. www.billyfrazier.is

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Writer, designer, bad pun refiner. www.billyfrazier.is

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