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Anne Lamott

The worst time in any writer's life is the two months before publication. All writers become mental and pathetic, even those of devout faith, who have some psychological healing to lean up against, and gorgeous lives. All writers think that this time, the jig is up, and they will be exposed as frauds.

Anne Lamott

 

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Novelist (1954-1892)

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