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Scott Hayden

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I was born in Toronto, Canada but have travelled the world - to Asia, Europe, Australia, and South America. From a young age I have been interested in architecture, history, and creative writing.

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Scott Hayden In my experience the only cure for writer's block is to let time pass. Taking a walk helps. Exercising the body helps stimulate the mind.
Scott Hayden Sitting in a quiet space and dreaming up all kinds of ideas for my next book. And then, when inspiration strikes, letting my fingers do the work.
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