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Novel Ideas

Writing about what you know might include more than you think, says Lynne Hackles

It’s what all new writers are told but what exactly does it mean? How can you possibly write about anything other than what you know? That will be covered next month. For now, let’s stick with what we know. It can make life easier. If you know about a specific subject then you don’t need to do any, or much, research.

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