Writing With Intention

Finding your “why” reason.

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When I write, especially when I write first drafts, I’m used to spitting out whatever comes to mind, and I don’t often plan exactly what I’m going to say.

I have the concept, an abstract idea of what might make it to the page, though it’s nothing concrete.

But I always have my intentions set.

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Novelist/student. 22 years old. I write about writing and mental health. Check me out on Amazon or Barnes and Noble!

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Abby Jaquint

Novelist/student. 22 years old. I write about writing and mental health. Check me out on Amazon or Barnes and Noble!