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A Case for Authentic Writing 2/21/11

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A Case for Authentic Writing 2/21/11

Postby Writetrack » Mon Feb 21, 2011 12:27 pm

I remember a time when Christian booksellers did not deal very well with tough issues people faced. I have often wondered if they believed that if those issues were dealt with openly it would cause an epidemic of that problem.

The previous paragraph is taken from this week's Writing Article. Glenn offers his thoughts about why writing "real" - being real - is the best way to go. Do you agree?

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