Writing Is Fun and Easy

Writing Is Fun and Easy
  • Writing Is Fun and Easy
  • Writing Is Fun and Easy
Anyway I enjoyed the writing process, thought the book was good and sold a few copies. The effort of writing the book was not rewarded by the number of copies sold. I did not really have a low cost route to market...
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