Constantly Fighting Beasts Beneath The Surface

Daily Battles To Maintain Calm

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I believe the most difficult thing most of us experience each day is the inner turmoil we experience when we attempt to take stock on how we’re doing as a writer.

Interestingly enough, there are two perspectives we’re forced to deal with. One internal and one external.

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A published author enjoying married Texas bliss. Dog person living with cats. A writer of Henry James' stories. Featured In MuckRack. Top Writer In Fiction.

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P.G. Barnett

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A published author enjoying married Texas bliss. Dog person living with cats. A writer of Henry James' stories. Featured In MuckRack. Top Writer In Fiction.

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