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Hazel Audrin

Writing is frequently misunderstood as simple, yet as we all know, nothing could be further from reality. It necessitates a high level of self-discipline and the capacity to write and edit for an entire day without accidentally frying your brain. These are the expectation and reality of ghost writers for hire.

Expectation:

Demonstrating your outstanding vocabulary with a diverse and remarkable selection of terms.

Reality:

When it comes to spelling words like "pseudonym" and "millennium,"... and sometimes, after a particularly long day, terms like "expectations" and "reality," I rely on Google and spell-check.

Expectation:

As a writer, you spend your days writing.

Reality:

We should be doing it, but we aren't. We, like everyone else, require breaks; otherwise, words begin to blend, and you forget the proper principles of the English language.

Expectation:

Have pages and pages of character and world-building study based on observations you've made during the day.

Reality:

Creepy and disturbing stares at strangers in public, as well as Google searches for "how to remove blood stains out of the carpet" and other crime-drama novella-related topics.

Posted 13 days ago