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Assemble Your Story Like a Puzzle

The latest craze in my household has been jigsaw puzzles. There's something so soothing and yet stimulating, something wonderfully old-fashioned and analog, about working slowly and steadily on a puzzle. But as writers do, I've been relating the experience back to my writing, and thinking about what it can teach us all about writing. I think I've boiled it down to a few key lessons. (Read more »)

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