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LitNet’s Big Book Chain Chat is an ongoing discussion of books and writing. LitNet invites publishers, authors, literary agents, reviewers, translators, marketers, anyone involved in the (local) book industry, to write on any relevant topic from any angle.

Big Book Chain Chat #85: The orgasm of writing
Gillian Schutte
2012-03-09

“Excruciatingly delicious and yet endurable, it lasts a lot longer than the clitoral/penile orgasm. In fact, it is a way of life if you choose it to be.” Gillian Schutte on the writing process.


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