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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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STAR LETTER

STAND TALL

WM is usually a source of great encouragement and inspiration to me. However, Lynne Hackles’ piece on her preferred response to the question ‘What do you do?’ (Novel Ideas, WM, April) left me far from encouraged or inspired. And her recommendation that readers should actively avoid answering ‘I’m a writer’ when someone asks this question left me utterly deflated, I’m sorry to say.

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