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“Oh no, not that!”

Sometimes even your least favourite tasks can prompt new opportunities, says Patrick Forsyth

Writing anything and making it fit for publication takes time (and skill and effort also). There are aspects of it that are fun, but some too can be frustrating. Certainly most writers love to have written, especially once they reckon something is ‘alright’. But there are also aspects of writing that are, let’s say, more of a chore. Reading that final time before you send something out, proofreading too – somehow both manage to be annoying even if they signal the final stage with publication due soon.

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