10 Signs Writing Success Is Actually Closer Than You Think — Novelty Revisions

3. You’ve learned how to handle constructive criticism and you’re able to use it to improve your writing.

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2 Responses to 10 Signs Writing Success Is Actually Closer Than You Think — Novelty Revisions

  1. odell01 says:

    Hi, sir, it’s a periodic peruser of yours, “Odell,” a man of his word. Having become like everyone else, stuck in place, I was looking for something sentimental to do in the meantime, and when you let us know that the Dungeons & Dragons had gone up free until the end of April, I thought I would make myself into a very masculine elf and see how the game is (as you may know, I believe it’s from 2005!)

    Thank you for presenting the opportunity to play Dungeons & Dragons again after years and years now. The time I’ve needed to see it has been cool. May you have good karma traversing the difficulties around the world.

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    • You are welcome. I played it back in the day when it was the white box and AD&D. Stopped playing for the most part around early 3rd edition. Have some of the PDFs from DriveThru RPG for 5th edition, but don’t get to play as not a lot play around here. Once I get a stable and reliable Internet, I will try the online versions.

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