How to Craft Words that Move People

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I read constantly. Voraciously, with the fervor of a starved man downing a steak.

I believe it started as a way to cope with my anxiety — the symbols on the page give me something to focus on beside the constant fearful chatter that marquees across the backs of my eyes.




Mistress of words and Truth.

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