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I did write some short stories in college that got me a 4.0 in a
"creative writing" class...
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From: "Sarah Stegall" <sstegall -at- bivio -dot- net>
> As for writing books, are there any technical writers on this list who
> *don't* have a Great American Novel in progress? All the ones I've
> worked with over the last few years have one in the works. I'm on my
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