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Wally Bock

"After writing a story I was always empty and both sad and happy, as though I had made love, and I was sure this was a very good story although I would not know truly how good until I read it over the next day."

Vitality Buzz

So true. I used to need a month. I wrote something and usually thought I was king of the world, and I knew that if I still felt that way after a month or so, it probably was good. But a lot of the time I was embarrassed to look at what I'd written after some time.

Now, I've gotten more efficient, it seems. My bullshit radar is perhaps finally tuned correctly?

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