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January 08, 2018



When I was working as content writer on assignment writing service we had to write lot of same topic material and "writing flow" was a thing we had to possess. So we had a technique called LFT- Leave For Tomorrow. We wrote an article and left it for next day. Then a writer next to you read your article, you read his. That way you have fresh eye on your article and higher chances for easy follow writing.

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Terrific idea, Gervin! Thanks for sharing it.


Jack Harrington

"How to Make our Writing Flow" is an excellent review for professional and occasional writers alike. All your columns are very helpful.

Lynn Gaertner-Johnston

Jack, thank you for your positive feedback.


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