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"Well, it's not really an original idea," said my editor after I'd pitched him on a new novel.
"Would you buy it if it were completely original?" I asked.
He eventually bought my idea.
Here's why genre matters.
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This information is brilliant and extremely helpful to a novice writer like myself. I cannot thank you enough for making this information available to me online.
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January 23, 2013 at 12:14 PM
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