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The Simple 3-Step Secret to Slaughter Writer's Block And Vanquish it Forever

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There is no more perfect Hell than one where I cannot write.

You know that terror, too, dont you? That sense your last remaining creative spark abandoned you some time back. Its sickening.

Allow me to teach you how to extricate yourself, once and for all, from that perfect Hell and never return.

Christopher di Armani delivers a message every writer should hear with wit and
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Paperback, 74 pages
Published January 1st 2017 by Botanie Valley Productions Inc.
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The hardest writing for any author, I suspect, is writing about themselves. It sure is for me.

While I can write the most personal quirks, the most embarrassing situations and tell the truth for any character in my fiction, writing about myself is, well, uncomfortable.

Im not one for the spotlight. I like the shadows. Im most comfortable there. Most writers are.

Writing is my passion and Im my
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