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the 10 books, seven edits project

Jan 21, 2011 | content | 0 comments

Novels in a Polish bookstore

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This year, my intention is to write 10 books, and edit seven of them – in line with my overall plan of editing most of my  currently written books within three years, and writing more books than I’ll ever need to sell ;)

But I thought I should document the process, so this is the result -10 books, seven edits, no sanity is going to be a great project – for now though, I’m just home from the hospital after a horrible few days of pain in a region of my body that is very hard to treat, so it’ll be in a few days ;)


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