The late Christopher Hitchens was famous for turning in pitch-perfect articles and columns that he’d dashed off in one fell swoop – no outlines, no preliminary drafts, no revisions. It irritated his fellow writers to no end, as they labored over each sentence while their publication deadlines loomed. Indeed, the overwhelming majority of us often have difficulty with writing at one time or another. Writing can be a messy business, and it often stymies novices and experienced authors alike.
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