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14 Feb 2015, 4:09 pm

The Gift wrote:
I thought I should let you guys know that I finally completed a very rough draft of Redesigning Eva, a dream project novel that's been giving me hell for a very long time. I feel as if a load has been taken off of me. At the moment, I'm taking a well-deserved and possibly lengthy vacation from writing so that I can work on the next draft with a clear head. I've already got the essential elements of the plot down on paper. For all intents and purposes, that first terrible draft is my outline. I'm going to be devoting the next few months to my upcoming math class at a nearby technical college. Once I get that out of the way, I shall return to what I do best!

Good luck on writing a novel.

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14 Feb 2015, 4:45 pm

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