The Harrowing Experience of Reading Your Own Writing (a Day, a Week, or a Month After the Deed)

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Charles Dickens

Reading what you wrote a day, a week, a month ago can be a most painful experience, one that challenges your patience and sours your mood and makes you question your literary merits. ‘Bloody hell! Have I really written this drivel?’ 

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