As writers we have voices in our heads. For fiction writers those voices tell stories of far away lands or a love that’s found with the friend whose returned to his hometown. They speak in dark, gritty mysteries or the vast tapestry of literary sagas. Nonfiction writers hear themselves speaking to an audience or talking with that perfect client avatar. These voices are positive. They keep us going. They keep us writing.
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