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How I, a Slightly Distractible Person, Write Novels

The honest, ugly truth

Hello. I write novels. I haven’t published anything, but I have finished three novels, which feels like a huge accomplishment for someone who isn’t entirely certain if she remembered to floss her teeth last night.

I’m not an expert at any of this. There are far better novelists out there, ones who have actually…

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Engaged in inadvisable wordsmitheries and other creative acts. http://sarahlofgren.com

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Sarah Lofgren

Sarah Lofgren

Engaged in inadvisable wordsmitheries and other creative acts. http://sarahlofgren.com

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