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A few years ago, I went by another name for a couple of weeks, Juror Number One. It was a medical malpractice lawsuit, and I was fascinated by the jury selection process. The quality of their questions determined the mix of people who held the power. In my opinion, their questions were crappy.  

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It’s a good thing that you type with your fingertips because that’s about all I can move today. This weekend I enthusiastically started a new circuit at the gym and now my enthusiasm, while still present, needs a lot of Advil too.

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Recently, I picked up a novel that I completed in 2016 and decided to do another round of edits. I never published it not only because I’m afraid that it’s awful, but also because the marketplace is already crowded with average self-published books. If I want my novel to stand out from the pack, it has to be stronger, and editing is the way to do it. 

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