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    ...ways, presenting the dancers in a more cinematic setting. The history of both dance and fashion is rich, and the merging of these two fields can produce some very special moments. Th...
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    ...t with healthy food, as many people who have farms want their goats to produce milk and sell. The below-...oughage. • Hay Hay is harvested to feed cattle. This crop is produced not only to feed cattle but...
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    ...t with healthy food, as many people who have farms want their goats to produce milk and sell. The below-...oughage. • Hay Hay is harvested to feed cattle. This crop is produced not only to feed cattle but...
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    ...e instead of a great rough draft. So many authors seem to be prolific – authors like John Grisham, James Patterson, and Danielle Steel seem to produce new novels almost monthly. Ho...
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  • Thank you for your comments, Frances and Susie. Oftentimes we, as writers, are so hard on ourselves to produce and to produce in a specific time frame. I couldn't have possibly turned it ar...
  • ..., practice, practice. Getting on a set schedule and making yourself come up with something while you sit there goes a long way toward helping you produce when you're on the clock.
  • Thank you, Jessica. Great article. My first novel, Exit Strategy, http://a.co/hKplcLS is a perfect example of what you describe. It's fiction but tells the real story of immigrant women on produce washlines.