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5 Writing Tips To Help Amp Up Your Prose

By Writer's Relief staff: All right, so you are trying to break into the ranks of writers with publishing credits and all you want to know is: “What can make MY writing stand out from the re
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    Ecclesiastes 5:12 "The sleep of the working man is pleasant, whether he eats little or much; but the full stomach of the rich man does not allow him to sleep."

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    [5 Writing Tips To Help Amp Up Your Prose] Great Post: Don’t be afraid to write about the things that frighten you and more tips.

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