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Have you ever had an epiphany? One of those moments where everything just seems to click into place and make sense? When it comes to your writing career, it’s easy to think you have everything figured out. How hard can it be to write? All you have to do is put pen to paper. But we all know it’s not that simple. There are obstacles that stand in the way. I mean, who hasn’t suffered from writers block? So if you could rewind to the very start of your writing career, what one piece of advice would you give yourself to make it all click into place? Make those obstacles a thing of the past. That’s the question our client director Harriette asked across
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