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An exercise in both restraint and free-fall. It was… interesting.

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I’ve always been skeptical of stream-of-consciousness writing. Part of that has to do with my dislike of such novels as To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf, which I was forced to read in high school and loathed to the bitter end. I wouldn’t say I’m…

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I read a lot of books and sometimes I’m funny. Aspiring novelist, practicing writer, and Oxford comma fan (though obviously lenient on sentence fragments).

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I read a lot of books and sometimes I’m funny. Aspiring novelist, practicing writer, and Oxford comma fan (though obviously lenient on sentence fragments).

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