One of the hardest decisions a writer makes is “who to write for,” also known as your audience. For this blog I have chosen to assume that my readers are smart rather than dumb, well-educated, and interested “good” stories (not controversy and bad-mouthing) 다운로드.
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I like to think that I come down somewhere above the middle, just short of Pulitzer Prize material.
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