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Back To Work

As soon

As I finally finished my first novel

My agent tells me

To get back to work.

“Keep it going while you have momentum.”

“I do have another novel that I started years ago . . .”

“Great! Finish that.”

“Er, okay.”

“You need a strict schedule and routine.”

“I like the chaos though . . . Creative inspiration is spontaneous most of the time.”

“Hey, I am just trying to help you. If you keep it going, then you might be able to quit your job and write full-time. That’s what you want, don’t you?”

“I think so . . .”

“Put together a collection of poetry and let’s publish that too.”

“. . . Sure.”



“This is all very exciting. I am proud of you.”

“Thanks, I guess.”

“Now get back to work.”

“ . . . Okay.”


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