Everything You Need To Get Started Writing Whether It Be Fiction or Nonfiction

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Everything you need to get started writing, whether it be fiction, nonfiction, novels, articles, essays or short stories, can be found in our newWriter's Digest Getting Started in Writing Premium Bundle. This assortment includes 6 products that will help you learn how to take your first steps in crafting novels and short stories, or even producing nonfiction work on a freelance basis. The kit will only be
available in January and there are only 100 kits. As of this posting, less than half are currently available. Read below to see the details of the kit, and you can buy it here.

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