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One-Liner Wednesday – #writerslife

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The definition of what it is to be a writer:

Needing to pee in the morning and running to the bathroom thinking “the pressure is intense,” and then wondering if you can write an entire novel about a woman who needs to pee all the time.

Nothing is without potential.


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Author: Linda G. Hill

There's a writer in here, clawing her way out.

37 thoughts on “One-Liner Wednesday – #writerslife

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  2. 😀 Love it! And SO TRUE!

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  11. “Nothing is without potential.” YES!
    (And the frantic peeing, too. 😆)

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  16. Ha I could certainly give you enough for at least one book on that topic!

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  19. So true! Nothing is without potential. 🙂

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  21. So many subplots. I’m sure you could do it.

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  28. Everything is fodder for us writers!!!

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