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  • To have a writing life, I think it is important to write the poem or the story because...ot my own horn" having been brought up to believe that as a woman, I should be modest and not brag about myself....
  • How about "complement" and "compliment"? Or "pore" vs "pour"? She pores over the dental records looking for a match."  And my all-time biggest quandary: "Guess what?" If I'm correct this is an imperative sentence, a polite request or command, right? 
  • Brooke, You just said what I've been stewing over for the last few months. You described the dilemma between being open to professional criticism as apposed to  being...