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Writing your first novel is without a doubt the most simple, fun, and stress-free project you will undertake.
*Cue the damaged writers laughing in the background*
Okay, while it might not be any of those things, there is truly poetic beauty that comes with grappling with the daunting task of writing your first novel.
The feeling of holding a written piece of work that you slaved months (maybe years) pouring your heart and soul into is like no other feeling in the world.
From my experience, writing my first manuscript in high school came with countless wasted hours meditating over seemingly pointless details.
If I had simply taken the time to comprehend some basic ideologies from experienced authors, I would have saved countless hours and a bit of mental stability.
So, before you get started writing, take a second to absorb this advice and save yourself endless hours of wrestling with your thoughts.
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