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Emilie-Noelle Provost

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Fort Bragg, North Carolina, The United States
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Emilie-Noelle Provost I have writers block every day! The only way to deal with it is to sit down at the computer and get to work. Usually, rereading what I have written th…moreI have writers block every day! The only way to deal with it is to sit down at the computer and get to work. Usually, rereading what I have written the day before jogs my memory so that I can pick up a train of thought I had previously. If not, it usually helps me develop some new ideas and motivates me to get going.(less)
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The Blue Bottle

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