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yeah the production

Posted to Utterances




that nobody in the world has seen except me :(

but seriously, L-Rod, I say yes.

because i saw a woman author interviewed once a few years ago, i cannot now remember who. but she mentioned that the mere textility of writing on a computer, rather than paper and ink, allows an author so much more freedom to take risks you otherwise wouldn't. with computers, you can experiment more with varieties and if you do some editing you don't like, there's always the old friendly Control Z!!!